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I’m concerned that looking at raw data doesn't get to the underlying truth.

The real cost of Medicine by country?

The statistics show that America spends much more on Health Care than any other country in the world and that some poorer countries provide better health care for less.

What I wonder about is how are research and manufacturing costs reflected in the data.

It would seem unfair to attribute a $1 million dollar vaccine research cost to the US and to only attribute the $100 dollar cost of the vaccine to the country the uses it.

Isn't part of the reason the US medical costs are so high because they are incurring the research costs that the rest of the world benefit from?
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