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West Virginia Chapter of 
Physicians for a National Health Program

Of All The Forms Of Inequality, Injustice In Health Care
Is The Most Shocking And Inhumane
Martin Luther King

Advocating for Healthcare For All

Impossible Alone; Possible Together

In 2022 America spent $4.5 trillion on health care, 16.6% of our GDP. It is estimated to reach 19.6% of GDP by 2031. Against twelve of our peer nations, we spend nearly twice as much per person, over $12,000, than the next closest country (Germany) yet American life expectancy is four years lower because we are plagued by disease.

 THE U.S. IS THE ONLY ONE OF THOSE PEER COUNTRIES THAT DOES NOT HAVE UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE

American citizens and health care providers are increasingly demanding that Congress reform our cruel, unjust, unequal system of health care. The voices are being heard and Congress it is beginning to stir but only on the margins. That is not enough Congress must pass legislation to create universal health care, a system that is non-profit and provides cradle to grave coverage for all Americans.

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