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Msg  48861 of 49418  at  8/13/2022 6:58:31 PM  by

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Re: U.S. Healthcare System Doesn’t Care if You Live or Die — as Long as It Gets Paid

{{Lifespans are declining in the US. That's what happens when you consult with internal medicine specialists.}}
 
Nope. Lifespans are increasing in the U.S. The only time life expectancy decreased was from 2013 to 2018, and the total decrease was from 78.94 years to 78.81, or about a month and a half. Since 2018 it has increased every year.
 
Get your facts straight.
 
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