Health effects of financial crisis: omens of a Greek tragedy.

  title={Health effects of financial crisis: omens of a Greek tragedy.},
  author={Alexander E Kentikelenis and Marina Karanikolos and Irene N Papanicolas and Sanjay Basu and Martin McKee and David Stuckler},
  volume={378 9801},
} Vol 378 October 22, 2011 1457 Submissions should be made via our electronic submission system at thelancet/ with 2009, and of 8% in the fi rst half of 2011 compared with the same period of 2010. Major private health providers, although comprising a smaller proportion of care delivery than public providers, were also hit by pressure on personal budgets and registered losses after the onset of the crisis. A 2010 study reported a 25–30% decline in… CONTINUE READING
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