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Fig. S1 The scatter-plot in Fig. 1 shows a clear relationship between the logarithm of the number of nurses per capita and the logarithm of the number of physicians per capita.

Fig. S2 Scatter-plot in Fig. 2 is the classic ‘plum pudding’ where there is no obvious relationship between the logarithms of the numbers of nurses per capita and of the number of physicians per capita. The table below shows the relationship between the logarithms of the numbers of nurses and of physicians per capita and the logarithm of GNP per capita in OECD countries.

Table S1 Regressions of Numbers of Nurses and of Physicians per capita on GNP per capita

Table S2 Regressions of Numbers of Nurses and of Physicians per capita on GNP per capita

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