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February 2004
Caribbean Business;2/26/2004, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p26
Comments on the state of the healthcare industry in Puerto Rico. Increase in the number of medical school graduates; Sale of public hospitals and health facilities to the private sector; Problem of medical malpractice.


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