Ljubljana, 19 June - The essential political changes and reforms in former communist countries increase the enormous differences in assuring the health security. Somewhere the changes brought a considerable progress, somewhere the consequences are negative. A baby born in former Soviet Union can expect to live for about 57 years, while the one born in Iceland is expected to live 20 or more years longer.
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