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Tue October 8, 2013
Comparing the U.S. healthcare system to the United Kingdom's system
The state and federal healthcare exchanges are, of course, a big chapter in the overhaul of the American healthcare model - a model that's very different from many other countries around the world.
The BBC's Alice Castle has lived in the U.S. and the United Kingdom. She's had the experience of being pregnant in both countries.
Click the audio above to listen to her unique perspective on the American healthcare system.
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