Kamran Nayeri

research economist at UC Berkeley

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Economist at the University of California, Berkeley's Survey Research Center

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Despite Cuba's economic troubles, its health system has been called "one of world's best public services" by the BBC, "a shining example" by the Kaiser Family Foundation, and "the envy…

Castro's Health and Cuba's Medical System

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