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PBS NEWSHOUR

Documentary: Why Does U.S. Health Care Cost So Much?

  • Aired: 09/24/2012
  • 06:36
  • Rating: E
"Money and Medicine," a documentary set to air Sept. 25 on PBS, investigates some of the most notorious drivers of U.S. health care costs. Ray Suarez speaks with Roger Weisberg, the producer and director of the film, about some of the reasons these costs are driving the nation toward financial crisis -- while still producing relatively mediocre medical results.
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Ray Suarez talks with Roger Weisberg, the director of the film, "Money and Medicine."
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