Editorial rips care for chronic illness in U.S.
New York Times, November 19, 2008
Chronically ill Americans suffer far worse care than their counterparts in seven other industrial nations, according to a new study by the Commonwealth Fund. The findings are the latest telling evidence that the dysfunctional American healthcare system badly needs reform, says this editorial in the New York Times.
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