Influence of health care system on formation (stable conditions of ensuring) of national security of the state

A. Klantsa

The article analyzes the influence of the health care system on the creation of conditions for ensuring the national security of the state. Characterized its structural and functional purpose, in relation to the affirmation of the value of human life, which determines its ability as an imperative of national security of the state.

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