Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) offers advice to medical students about medicine and their choice of profession. According to Paul, medicine is becoming increasingly bureaucratized for doctors and patients, and less market-oriented. If consumers had greater control over their healthcare dollars, argues Paul, then the price of both insurance and care would become more reasonable. He recommends "more freedom of price movement and more consumer involvement" and rejects the idea of expanding Medicaid.

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