SPOTLIGHT: Nations still don't spend on children, prevention

Nations still don't spend on children, prevention
When 253 healthcare professionals from six developing countries got together to discuss healthcare spending, they recommended that when in doubt, healthcare dollars should flow to children and disease prevention. Here in the U.S., and in other industrialized nations, we give lip service to these ideas. But the truth is, when you look at healthcare spending, developed nations aren't putting their money where their mouth is. Article

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