The story of health care in Yugoslavia begins with doctors’ unhappiness with their salaries and working conditions and ends mainly in scandal: bribes and lack of care… Between those two are figures on an increased infant mortality death rate by 18% and patients undergoing treatment by 28%. The number of deaths and cases of tuberculosis […]
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