Russia’s Healthcare Crisis

If we think we have problems in the U.S., consider Russia, where birthrates are going down and the average man lives to the ripe old age of 58.   "Russians are getting richer, yet the indicators of human welfare aren't moving very much," says Bill Tompson, economist at the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).  For a look at this tragic situation, read this recent report from Knowledge at Wharton.
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