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    I commend The Baltimore Sun for exposing the radical ideas of President-elect Donald Trump's choice for secretary of Health and Human Services ("Trump's radical health care team," Nov. 30). As a resident physician in Baltimore, I am deeply concerned about the effects Rep. Tom Price's proposals...

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