Today President Obama met with 5 governors to talk about health care reform. We decided to have our own conversation in the CNN NewsRoom with Kyra Phillips, a cancer patient who is shelling out thousands of dollars out of pocket even though she has insurance, and our own CNN Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.
It's a possible, preventable danger to your health. A new study says doctor's don't always tell patients about their lab results - even if they're abnormal. Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has the details.
President Obama is piling on the pressure when it comes to health care. He’s spending his day selling national health care reform and hosting a town hall meeting tonight, while lawmakers struggle to come up with money to pay for the massive overhaul. The President wants a bill on his desk by October.
Do you think health care reform is going to help you, hurt you or have no effect at all? Leave us a comment. We'll share some of them air in the CNN Newsroom.
The investigation into Monday's subway crash continues. More distubing details are coming out...Were the brakes past due for inspection? Did the emergency brake fail when the operator tried to use it? Was the train completely in automatic mode at the time of the crash - and if so, why didn't the computer system stop it? Finally, and maybe most disturbingly, the NTSB urged the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) to modernize its subway cars in 2006 - a move that would have improved the cars' crash worthiness. Why wasn't that done?
At 9:15 Heidi will press NTSB Spokeswoman Debbie Hersman for answers to all of these questions. Make sure you watch.
And click on the comments button below to share your thoughts on Monday's crash.
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