How Cubans Live as Long as Americans at a Tenth of the Cost

In the wake of Fidel Castro’s death, The Atlantic is reporting on the health care system he created in Cuba. It’s a system the World Health Organization said other countries should emulate — and it costs a tenth of what Americans spend, even though it requires twice as many primary-care doctors per capita as we have in the U.S., The Atlantic said. It’s no secret that the cost of health care in the United States is astronomical. It’s a flawed system that has us...

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