Discussion in 'Healthcare/Insurance/Govt Healthcare' started by Toro, Aug 1, 2009.
Greg Mankiw's Blog: Should we envy European healthcare?
Public awareness and early detection, combined with aggressive treatment - that's the ticket!
Cancer cells can spread unseen, before a tumor develops...
Studies: Cancer Can Spread Undetected, Before Tumor Develops
December 15, 2016 - Research has found that cancer cells can spread unseen, before a tumor develops, and leave a ticking time bomb in the body. But the scientists who made the discovery say it soon may be possible for doctors to target these "silent" cancer cells and kill them before they can kill the patient.
It would be interesting to see this pushed out across different groups in the U.S.
But, it does not surprise me. The U.S. isn't stupid.
It's just tough to see us spend so much relative to others.
Singapore seems to do a good job.
Early Cancer Diagnosis Could Save Millions of Lives...
WHO: Early Cancer Diagnosis Could Save Millions of Lives
February 03, 2017 — The World Health Organization reports the lives of millions of the 8.8 million people who die every year from cancer could be saved if the disease was diagnosed early.
Six percent of global cancer deaths annually occur in Africa...
WHO: Half a Million Africans Die From Cancer Annually
March 10, 2017 - The World Health Organization says about half a million Africans die of cancer each year, or six percent of global cancer deaths annually. The leading cancers in Africa affect the breast, cervix and prostate, according to WHO.
One is much more likely to get early detection and treatment under universal care.
The US mostly treats rather than diagnose with preventive care.
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