An analysis of eleven rich countries concluded that the United States has an unfair and difficult health system, and in general terms it is worse than any of the countries analyzed. According to a study by the Imperial College of London and the World Health Organization (WHO), which has analyzed the average life of the inhabitants of 35 industrialized countries, it is established that by 2030 the United States will be the rich country with less life expectancy. Are we, then, facing direct evidence that the public health system has

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