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‘A Shocking Amount of Misery’: Medical Debt in America

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‘A Shocking Amount of Misery’: Medical Debt in America

November 3, 2022

‘A Shocking Amount of Misery’: Medical Debt in America

Even though more Americans than ever have health insurance, medical debt is a pervasive problem in the United States.

Guests: 

Noam Levey, Senior Correspondent, Kaiser Health News

Wesley Yin, PhD, Associate Professor of Economics, UCLA

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