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Has America tamed the health-cost monster? The data seem to indicate as much. Health spending has grown about 4 percent annually over the past four years — the lowest rate in half a century. But our apparent victory may be short-lived. The recession was responsible for three-quarters of the slowdown in health spending. Costs could increase 7 percent annually by the end of the decade. American...

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