August 1963
Congressional Digest;Aug/Sep63, Vol. 42 Issue 8/9, p195
Focuses on legislation developments in Medicare in the U.S. Establishment of medical services for certain classes of sick or disabled veterans; Formation of the Public Health Service; History of medical care legislation; Provisions of the Social Security Act; Inclusion of health insurance policies.


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