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Why the U.S. health-care system is so bad at controlling costs

Health-care spending is consistently rising around the world, but the United States is the worst performer when it comes to controlling costs. A lack of universal coverage in the U.S. and a fragmented and heavily commercialized system leads to rising costs and excessive spending. Watch the video above to learn more about why health-care costs are rising in the U.S. more than anywhere else and how that can be stopped.
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