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Msg  48863 of 49417  at  8/13/2022 7:25:50 PM  by

JamesWAllen


 In response to msg 48861 by  Lurker64
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Re: U.S. Healthcare System Doesn’t Care if You Live or Die — as Long as It Gets Paid

Lurker64,

"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."

My data only goes through 2018. Where's your data. Does it show an increase since 2014?

It doesn't much matter. Life expectancy is now in freefall due to the covid vaccines. Young people dying from SADS does that.

Jim


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48871 Re: U.S. Healthcare System Doesn’t Care if You Live or Die — as Long as It Gets Paid Lurker64 2 8/13/2022 11:00:19 PM
48888 Re: U.S. Healthcare System Doesn’t Care if You Live or Die — as Long as It Gets Paid Lurker64 3 8/14/2022 1:41:59 PM




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