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What is difference between nhs and medicaid?
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Dr. Simon Kimm
Urology
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In brief: Britain vs. U.S.
The nhs, or national health service, is the publicly funded health care system of the united kingdom. Medicaid is a healthcare program in the United States designed to serve low income families or those with certain disabilities, and is funded by both the states and federal government.

In brief: Britain vs. U.S.
The nhs, or national health service, is the publicly funded health care system of the united kingdom. Medicaid is a healthcare program in the United States designed to serve low income families or those with certain disabilities, and is funded by both the states and federal government.
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