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The good news is that America's historic expansion of  healthcare spending has slowed  to its lowest rate in 51 years, though that could change fast.

Healthcare Spending Is on the Decline, but at What Cost?

The good news is that America's historic expansion of healthcare spending has slowed to its lowest rate in 51 years, though that could change fast.

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