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October 2, 2017

Weekly review: At age 96, Leona Paulus earned her high school diploma, and finally got to be a nurse (for a day)

Daily Briefing

Side-by-side: The ACA vs. Graham-Cassidy (Monday, Sept. 27)
The Daily Briefing put together a side-by-side comparison of the Affordable Care Act and an updated Senate GOP bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, released last week by the office of GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.).

GOP abandons planned vote on Graham-Cassidy (Tuesday, Sept. 26)
GOP leaders on Tuesday ended plans to vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill in the wake of growing opposition.

Who has the world's best health system? Here's what 5 top experts have to say. (Wednesday, Sept. 27)
To put into context Democrats' growing calls for "Medicare for all," the New York Times' Aaron Carroll and Austin Frakt assembled a panel of five health policy experts to assess and rank the health care systems of eight nations: Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Singapore, Switzerland, and the United States.

The '100 Best Companies' for working moms, according to Working Mother magazine (Thursday, Sept. 28)
Working Mother magazine has released this year's list of the "Best 100 Companies" for working mothers, and 29 health care companies—including eight hospitals and health systems—made the cut.

At age 96, Leona Paulus earned her high school diploma, and finally got to be a nurse (for a day) (Friday, Sept. 29)
Just one month after "beat[ing] the odds" and getting her high school diploma, 96-year-old Leona Paulus last week got to live out her childhood dream of becoming a nurse—at least for one day.

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