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Subject:  Re: Single Payer Series Date:  1/24/2020  12:04 PM
Author:  tjscott0 Number:  576241 of 592402

Why is that obvious? Research has shown that with the exception of vaccines and a few other things, preventative care costs more than doing nothing.

The consequences of not doing preventative health care leads to death & hospitalization that certainly costs more than doing nothing.
A 2004 study showed that about half of all deaths in the United States in 2000 were due to preventable behaviors and exposures.[4] Leading causes included cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, unintentional injuries, diabetes, and certain infectious diseases.[4]
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