Bitter pill why medical bills are killing us.

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The average American spends $100 per year on healthcare.

But that is only the beginning. The true cost of illness in America is closer to $5 trillion a year.

That’s right: at least five times as much money as we spend on health care.

We are sicker and dying younger than any other developed nation, and it seems that our spending has done little to change this fact.

What are these costs? Who pays for them?

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And what can we do about it?

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The Bitter Pill The average American spends $100 per year on healthcare, but that is only the beginning. The true cost of illness in America is closer to $500 trillion a year.

That’s right: at least five times as much money as we spend on health care. We are sicker and dying younger than any other developed nation, and it seems that our spending has done little to change this fact.

What are these costs? Who pays for them? And what can we do about it? *What are these costs?* *Who Pays For Them?* ^^At present, there isn’t enough information available to say with certainty who exactly foot

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