A Constitutional Right to Health Care: Many Countries Have It, but Not the U.S.

A constitutional right to health care: Many countries have it, but not the U.S.More than half of the world’s countries have some degree of a guaranteed, specific right to public health and medical care for their citizens written into their national constitutions. The United States is one of 86 countries whose constitutions do not guarantee their citizens any kind of health protection.

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