It’s easy to forget that before 1966 roughly half of all American seniors were uninsured and living in fear that the high cost of healthcare could plunge them and their families into poverty.
Few of us remember that not long ago too many disabled people, families with children, pregnant women and low-income working Americans were unable to afford the medical care they needed to stay healthy.
Fifty years ago, on July 30, 1965, the landscape of healthcare in America changed forever when Pre...
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