Proportion Of Income Spent On Health Care Will Continue To Increase For People Living In Developing Nations, Study Shows

SciDev.Net: World’s poorest face large ongoing health bills
“By 2040, people in developing countries will continue to spend a greater proportion of their own money on health care than those in the developed world as national health spending is failing to keep up with demand, a Lancet study warns…” (Shankar, 4/28).

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