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Socrates on Cost of Health Program

The quote posits a reflective question about the relationship between the high cost of healthcare and society's valuation of well-being. It suggests two possibilities: that the cost may be indicative of how much society values health (implying that high costs equate to a high valuation), or it could represent a paradox—an inconsistency or contradiction that has not been understood or addressed. The statement invites contemplation on whether expensive healthcare is a deliberate investment in public health or a complex problem that reflects systemic issues in healthcare accessibility and affordability.


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