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_creationDateDecember 14, 2010 10:03:16 PM
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AuthorDerrick Jackson
SourceThe Boston Globe
DateDecember 14, 2010
URLhttp://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/oped/articles/2010/12/14/a_repeal_thatll_be_dangerous_to_our_health/
Quote"As flawed as the law may be to critics on the left and right, going backward is not a reasonable option. More caution against wholesale repeal came in the form of a recent study from Columbia University that suggested that US overspending on health might be harming Americans. Analyzing survival rates for men and women ages 45 and 65, Americans have stunningly fallen behind other large, wealthy nations in life expectancy. That is despite a rate of health care spending that has grown nearly twice as fast as the spending in 12 comparison countries since 1970."
SummaryA repeal that’ll be dangerous to our health by Derrick Jackson (The Boston Globe, December 14, 2010) (view)