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Giuliani's healthcare figure outdated

He says system in US superior to that in Britain

Presidential contender Rudy Giuliani signed autographs yesterday for Mikey McKinney and Kailen Lemieux in Errol, N.H. Presidential contender Rudy Giuliani signed autographs yesterday for Mikey McKinney and Kailen Lemieux in Errol, N.H. (Robert F. Bukaty/Associated Press)
By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / November 3, 2007

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Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani has made "socialized medicine" one of his favorite whipping boys on the campaign trail. But he is using a single, misleading, and outdated statistic to argue that the healthcare system in the United States is better than it is in the United Kingdom. (Full article: 595 words)

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