Government Aid to Health

July 1943
New Republic;7/12/43, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p39
Focuses on the Wagner-Murray bill that provides an improved and extended system of security for medical care in the U.S. Principles of the bill outlined in the report of National Resources Planning Board; Promises made in health provisions section of the bill on medical care and hospitalization at moderate cost to every American; Provision of the bill that enables every American to have the right to medical care by a physician of his own choice and hospitalization in a qualified institution; Information on diseases excluded from the bill; Administration of health policy plan by the Surgeon General of the U.S. Public Health Service.


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