The healthcare systems in the United States and the United Kingdom couldn't be more different.
The UK's National Health Service is the largest government-run healthcare system in the world and the US's is largest private sector system.
Almost all essential health services in the UK are free, whereas in America cost can vary wildly based on insurance, co pays and what the hospitals and physicians choose to charge.
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