Are we to believe from the article [“From Cedar Street to Capitol Hill,” Yale Medicine, Winter 2010] that there are no Yale School of Medicine alums working on the other side of the aisle to improve the health care system or having a truly different take on health care reform? Or does coming at this from another vantage point not count as being interested in improving our health care system? From my read of that article as well as the piece “Doctors for America,” it seems like one of the two. But my hunch is that neither is in fact the case.

Michael Horn
Yale College Class of 2002