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Campaign 2020 / Health Care / Germany #1138890

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 30, 2019
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) The health care issue in the 2020 presidential election campaign noted.

(Berlin, Germany: John Torres) The lessons for Americans from the health care solution in Germany examined; details given about the public health insurance system that regulates drug costs that prevent surprise medical bills. [American-born diabetic Courtney RICE - talks about her medication cost as compared to the US, that Germans consider coverage a right.] [Helios Hospital Berlin-Buch Dr. Henning BABERG@- comments on the German system.]

Alexander, Peter;
Torres, John

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