Some candidates disagree, but studies show it’s often cheaper to let people get sick

Washington Post, April 8, 2008

Most people assume that preventing a disease is cheaper than waiting for the disease to develop and then treating it. The belief is especially dear to politicians, who often view prevention as weapon in the battle against healthcare costs. But studies show overall cost to the healthcare system typically goes up when lots of disease-preventing strategies are put into practice.


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