Reforms mean 25 million Russians lose free health care

Webster, Paul
November 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/9/2004, Vol. 171 Issue 10, p1157
Academic Journal
Illustrates the impact of a health care reform on the people in Russia. Estimated number of Russians who live below the official subsistence level; Information on how Russian hospitals and physicians have anticipated monetization; Infant mortality and life expectancy in the country.


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