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Does Health Care Need to Cost This Much?

In “Why We Spend So Much on Health Care” (U.S. News, Aug. 1) the graphic comparison of health-care spending and life expectancy between the U.S. and selected OECD nations represents a massive wake-up call. Our nation’s health care is the most important threat to our nation’s autonomy. Our current strategy for health-care reform is unlikely to solve its cost and quality problems. As a result, the increasing portion of our nation’s economy allocated to health-care spending will eventually, if not reversed, bankrupt our federal government.


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