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The countries where people worry the most about healthcare

People in Hungary, Poland and Brazil are most concerned about the state of healthcare in their country. Image: REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Rob Smith

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Hungary, Poland and Brazil are the countries most concerned with their healthcare. Image: Statista
People protest to demand more funding for Britain's National Health Service Image: REUTERS/Neil Hall
Globally, 24% of people worry about healthcare Image: REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

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