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Imaginary Allergies, Hospital Price Transparency & A High-Tech Tragedy in Las Vegas | The Daily Show

A study shows many people who think they have allergies don’t, U.S. hospitals must now list their treatment prices online, and a self-driving car hits a robot pedestrian.

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5 Thoughts to “Imaginary Allergies, Hospital Price Transparency & A High-Tech Tragedy in Las Vegas | The Daily Show”

  1. tori248

    I was once hit by a car down the street from a hospital and I remember the ambulance coming and me seriously considering just dragging myself down the street into the hospital instead just to save on the medical bills

  2. eyiamoni apeji

    My wife and three toasters😂😂

  3. Tara

    I don’t know why but I laughed so hard when he said “You guys should have let me die” 😂😂

  4. Merrin

    America is only developed country in the world without free universal healthcare. Sad.

  5. ToshPointFro Eats

    Hospitals make so much dang money. It’s good that they have to disclose prices. No one deserves to be hit with a $5000 surprise bill for an ambulance ride. A lot of people call Lyft and Uber instead.

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