Perspective in COVID?

Posted by $ Abaco 4 months, 2 weeks ago to Culture
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I was thinking last night...So, now America's death toll is officially 80,000. Did you know that the American doctors and hospitals kill around 225,000 each year via known/expected drug interactions (about 105,000/yr), hospital acquired infections (around 300/day), botched surgeries, etc.? I remember being floored when I first learned of those numbers. I wonder if we should have some conversation about that in the media? 2X to 3X? Every year?


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