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Fund to curb outbreaks and chronic disease on the chopping block

May 25, 2017
by Amy Maxmen
Nature

And those effects could be magnified by any increase in the number of Americans without health insurance, says John Auerbach, president of the Trust for America’s Health, an advocacy group in Washington DC. The Congressional Budget Office analysis concludes that 14 million people in the United States would lose health coverage under the House bill. In 2026, an estimated 23 million more people would be uninsured than would be under the country's current health care law.

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