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History of health care as % of GDP?

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Josh Fulton posted on Mon, Jun 28 2010 6:32 AM

Trying to get some health care statistics.

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Woops.  Very sorry, guys.  I thought that would be the 'description,' not the actual post.  Here's what I originally wrote:

Hi everyone,

Nice to see so many likeminded people in one place.

I was wondering if anyone had any statistics on health care expenditures as a % of GDP, historically.  The earliest I can find is about 1934.  I can't find anything for the 1800's or 1700's.  I'm working on a paper and it'd be great to trace certain licensing laws, etc. to jumps in health care costs.

Thanks a lot!

Josh

 

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