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Praise for Brad Tyer's "Lost Opportunity"

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Gorgeous article (HCN, 9/19/11). Insightful and sophisticated; layered in scope; ethical and pragmatic; beautifully written.

Emily DePrang
Tucson, Arizona

Top-shelf journalism. It's almost cruel to have to wait a year for the book after reading such astute reporting and beautiful prose.

Keila Szpaller
Missoula, Montana

Phenomenal story. Deeply reported, deeply personal, too. I'd like to see more like this.

Tom Clynes
Brookshire, Vermont

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