Healthcare in Venezuela takes turn for worse
Los Angeles Times, April 8, 2008
Although Venezuela is awash in oil wealth, many public hospitals have fallen on hard times. The childbirth death rate and cases of dengue and malaria are up, and doctors are in short supply in the country. For decades, the Venezualan healthcare system has been riven with corruption, mismanagement and disorganization.
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