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US Healthcare Access to Erode if Law Struck Down-Study

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Most Americans have seen a decade-long erosion in access to medical services that is likely to continue if President Barack Obama's healthcare law is struck

down by the Supreme Court or repealed in Congress, a study released on Monday shows.

The study, one of a series on the fractured state of the $2.6 trillion U.S. healthcare system published in the May issue of the journal Health Affairs, says access to health care deteriorated for U.S. adults aged 19 to 64 between 2000 and 2010, even among those with private health insurance.

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Source: Chicago Tribune

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