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Study suggest that a single-payer healthcare system could save $450 Billion and prevent 68,000 deaths per year in the US

A new study, published by the medical journal The Lancet, concludes that a unified single-payer healthcare system would enable the US - currently being the country with the highest expenses per person worldwide - to save money and lives. Currently, around 78 million Americans have no insurance or "inadequate access to healthcare".
In addition to saving around $450 Billion annually, around or more than 68,000 deaths per year could be prevented according to the conclusion of the study.

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