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Individual and Societal Responsibility for Health
Individual and societal responsibility for health

Individuals are in the best position to maintain their own health, not the government. Moreover, individuals should have the autonomy to decide which health care services they want and which they do not. It follows that it is an individual's responsibility, not ...

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