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July 31, 2008 In Switzerland, disabled children can receive quality care even after their parents pass away. In the United States, people with disabilities can face a future that is much more precarious.
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July 31, 2008 Switzerland's health care system could be the perfect political compromise for the U.S. Those who can afford to buy insurance are required to do so by law. For those who can't, the government provides subsidies. Swiss citizens, such as Cecile Crettol-Rappaz, say they wouldn't trade it for any other system.
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