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Italian government proposals for healthcare:

This article was originally published in Clinica

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The Italian government intends to allocate some Lit 100,000 billion ($55 billion) a year to healthcare under its National Health Plan for 1998-2000. The parliament has yet to approve the plan. Its measures are aimed at achieving a 10% cut in mortality due to cancer and to cardiovascular, cerebrovascular and infectious diseases, as well as better care for at-risk sections of the population, such as children and the elderly, people with mental illness and drug addicts.

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