Popular Mechanics' James Meigs and Jerry Beilinson spoke with Dean Kamen -- who has invented many health-related technologies, including prostheses that use microprocessors -- about the pending US legislation on healthcare reform. Kamen says he is worried that a false debate over rationing care is being made instead of facing the consideration that cutting costs doesn't encourage people to develop new therapies.

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