SICK: The Untold Story of America's Health Care Crisis--And the People Who Pay the Price

SICK: The Untold Story of America's Health Care Crisis--And the People Who Pay the Price

April 10, 2007
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In a compelling work of original reportage, Senior Fellow Jonathan Cohn travels across the United States to investigate the reasons behind the country's health care crisis and its impact on individual Americans.

The only country in the developed world that does not guarantee access to medical care as a right of citizenship, the United States is home to millions of people who are struggling to find affordable care.

Cohn combines real-life stories from individuals and families throughout the country with concise reportage on health care policy and the medical industry. Chronicling the decline of America's health care system into its current state of crisis, Cohn examines the consequences we may all face if the system is not replaced.