Socialized medicine

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Socialized medicine is a term used primarily in the United States, and often pejoratively, to refer to publicly-funded health care.[1] The term is used most frequently in the U.S. political debate concerning health care.[2][3][4][5][6] The term was first widely used in the United States by advocates of the American Medical Association in opposition to President Harry S. Truman's 1947 health-care initiative.[7][8][9]

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