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The Government Throws Money at Heart Disease, but Prevention Is Better than Cure

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Americans spend billions of dollars on treating heart disease. Prevention is cheaper, but thanks to perverse government incentives, preventing heart disease takes a backseat to medical spending.

Original Article: "The Government Throws Money at Heart Disease, but Prevention Is Better than Cure"

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