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U.S. Spends More Than Twice As Much On Health Care Per Person Than Most Other Industrialized Nations, Ranks Last In Preventable Mortality, Study Finds

The U.S. spends twice as much on health care per capita than most other industrialized nations but ranks lower than those nations on a number of criteria, according to a report released on Thursday by the Commonwealth Fund, the New York Times reports (Abelson, New York Times, 7/17).
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