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Denying essential medical care doesn’t save money — or lives

That health care in the United States is wildly expensive is beyond debate — but the actual numbers are almost beyond belief. In 2010, for example, health care costs amounted to $2.6-trillion. By 2020, those costs had risen to $4 trillion — an increase of more than 50%. Worse, such increases show no signs of Read more… Denying essential medical care doesn’t save money — or lives originally appeared in KevinMD.com.

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