According to the article “Harvard doctors just revealed how many people will die from repealing Obamacare” by Zach Cartwright, published on U.S.Uncut.com on January 23, 2017, the repealing of the Obamacare is “fatal”. Doctor David Himmelstein and Doctor Steffie Woolhandler, professors of public health at the City University of New York’s Hunter College and lecturers in medicine at Harvard Medical School, agree “that even under the most conservative estimates, getting rid of President Obama’s signature healthcare reform law will result in 43,956 deaths every year”.
Both doctors used the findings of the New England Journal of Medicine (NWJM) “that for every 455 people across multiple states who received health insurance through Medicaid expansion, at least one life was saved due to finally being able to see a doctor” in order to reach their number of 43,956 deaths every year. President Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Representative Tom Price have come up with a replacement reform of the Obamacare. Both doctors also argued that the reforms presented to replace the Obamacare “could actually cause even more deaths than they initially predicted”.
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