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Update on How to Improve U.S. Health Care

Posted by Andrew J. Barovick | Nov 28, 2008 | 0 Comments

Universal Health Care ” should be embraced, and not feared, according to The Anti-Corporate League .   They make what they term a data-based argument for Universal Health Care in the U.S.A. on their blog, and it makes for interesting reading.  While they are a little light on supporting statistics, and heavy on left-leaning thought, they do present a World Health Organization chart showing that Americans have a surprisingly high adult mortality rate in  comparison to nations that utilize at least some principles of universal health care.

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Andrew J. Barovick

Mr. Barovick is a graduate of Columbia College and Cardozo School of Law. He began his legal career at the Queens District Attorney’s Office, where he tried over 20 felonies to verdict, and argued an equal number of appeals before the Appellate Division, Second Department, the New York Court of Appeals and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

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