Rochelle Sharpe is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with more than 25 years experience. Now a freelance writer in Brookline, Mass., she’s worked as a staff writer for The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and USA Today. She’s written extensively about health, labor, and various social issues. She was a reporter in Washington, D.C. for 13 years, covering the Food and Drug Administration, Equal Opportunity Commission, and the U.S. Education Department. She also was a pioneer in using computers to analyze government databases, using databases to uncover the disproportionate impact of a recession on black workers and to reveal how the nations’ medical examiners failed to detect child abuse murders. A graduate of Yale University, Sharpe has written stories that have led to Congressional hearings and been discussed on Oprah and David Letterman
Heath Care Poll
This new edition of the handbook, first published in 1999, provides practical, straight-forward advice for those dealing with serious illness.