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Health, debt and death

Vivian Daivd Jacob

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2012.044


A plethora of criticisms are frequently made of the commercialisation of healthcare and how it delivers people into debt due to high costs. A future where the healthcare industry is entirely commercialised is a dreaded situation. Repo Men is a movie themed to a similar future and is based on the novel “; Repossession Mambo”by Eric Garcia.

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