For Illustrating Soviet Healthcare Through The Eyes of Solzhenitsyn

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“In this hospital great pains were taken to keep surgical areas antiseptic and patient areas clean. The patients could enjoy fresh air and relaxation in an outdoor garden. In general, the patients, who included persons of varied ethnic and social backgrounds, were getting good medical attention.”

“As the two literary descriptions suggest, the quality of medical care has improved substantially under communist rule.”

A Comparative Approach to Policy Analysis: Health Care Policy in Four Nations – by Howard M. Leichter, pg 200 1979 Cambridge University Press

 

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