SPOTLIGHT: Health system troubles in Venezuela

At one time, Venezuela's public health system worked. However, since the ascension of President Hugo Chavez, the system has fallen in crisis, with doctors striking for better pay, equipment falling apart, rising infant mortality and rates of preventable diseases mounting. Many doctors are leaving the country for locations where they can make 10 times or more the $600 a month they earn in public hospitals there. Article

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