Public Healthcare = Not Enough Healthcare, Then You Die

A young Ontario girl with cancer recently died even though she had donors available for her needed bone marrow transplant.

The bureaucracy stuck her on a waiting list because the public healthcare system could not provide her with a hospital bed when she needed it.

Typical public healthcare.

CMR Law 22: Public healthcare means less healthcare. The system comes with a built-in incentive that favors dead patients — after all, when you’re dead, they don’t need to take care of you any more.

 

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