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Health improvements in US slow even as costs rise, study finds

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The $2.7 trillion U.S. health care system lags behind other nations in improving its citizens’ health even as spending has doubled, increasing faster than any other industry over the past decade, researchers said. The rise in costs have been driven primarily by the price of services, drugs and devices rather than higher demand from an aging population, according to a report today on U.S....

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