The mortality rate per 1 million U.S. residents was 196 compared to 30.5 worldwide.
Treatable conditions may turn into more permanent debilitating conditions.
Australians can purchase private insurance for heath-care services.
Alberta hopes to mirror Saskatchewan’s successful wait time-reduction.
Big Brother himself thrived on Big Data.
In Australia, Italy and the United Kingdom, private insurance allows patients a wider choice of providers and faster access to health care.
A national formulary—essentially a list of drugs—is unlikely to match the comprehensive lists covered by private insurance plans.
A 1991 report recommended a 10 per cent reduction in medical school enrolment in Canada.
Cancer drug's use in retinal therapy has been linked with increased risks of stroke and death.
Nobel laureate Paul Romer’s key new insight was that human capital can produce ideas.
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