• Mar 11, 2024
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Doctors walk in the hall at the Vall d’Hebron hospital near a banner reading in Catalan “S.O.S Public health dies. “Money is not needed – Too many thieves” “Hospital for sale” in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. The European financial crisis has not only sent stock markets plummeting and driven protesters to the street, but it is also being blamed for health problems across the continent including a spike in suicides and disease outbreaks, according to new research. Since the crisis first struck in 2008, the hardest-hit countries have sharply curtailed their health budgets, begun to ration medical treatment and introduced unpopular measures such hospital user fees. Those that have slashed public spending, namely Greece, Spain and Portugal, have fared the worst. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez).

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