A study released by the Journal Of The American Medical Association shows that about 20% of the patients treated for acute myocardial infarction, commonly known as heart attack, report having financial barriers to health care services and are more likely than others to have a subsequent lower quality of life, thus running the risk of rehospitalization. It is also reported that over 16 million Americans avoid health care due to financial difficulties. Is health becoming also something money can buy?

Source: JAMA

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