Medically Uninsured Americans: Evidence on Magnitude and Implications
— Published on July 1, 2002
Within the United States, the image of the medically uninsured being denied important medical treatment stirs the emotions of the American public, while the issue of how to address this problem has bedevilled American politicians throughout the 1990s and into the twenty-first century. The spectre of the medically uninsured in America haunts Canada as well.
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