Prevention

The available evidence suggests that prevention is unlikely to reduce total health expenditures, as the additional spending by survivors will generally exceed whatever reduction in costs is achieved for the particular disease or condition being prevented (e.g., obesity). Here is a sample of the best literature demonstrating this proposition:

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