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State's per-person health cost leads world, study says

Advocates lay blame on abundance of doctors, pricey teaching hospitals

By Christopher Rowland
Globe Staff / June 22, 2006

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Massachusetts has ``the world's costliest healthcare," with average annual spending above $7,000 per person, according to an analysis of federal data to be released tomorrow. (Full article: 765 words)

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