Availability, finances biggest U.S. health care concerns

12/3/2008 | Washington Times, The

A new Gallup survey of 1,000 adults found 55% believe access and financial challenges of the health care system are the most urgent health problems in the U.S. A similar survey 20 years ago found 68% of people said AIDS was the nation's biggest health care challenge and only 1% cited cost. In this year's survey, 2% of people cited diabetes, AIDS and heart disease, while 11% said cancer and 12% obesity.

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