Americans have more medical rights than Canadian

by admin on 06/19/2011 1:17 PM

For a while one could maintain that Americans had more rights in the Canadian health care system than Canadians did. More recently, American members of Toronto professional sports teams were paying for care at Ontario hospitals, jumping the queue by paying for care. A new law outlaws this practice as well. One could even argue that Canadians have fewer rights than their pets. While Canadian pet owners can purchase an MRI scan for their cat or dog, purchasing a scan for themselves is illegal (although more and more human patients are finding legal loopholes, as we shall see below).

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Government medicine does not give timely access to healthcare, it only gives access to a hazardous waiting list.
In America, everyone has access to HealthCare at all times. No one can be refused by any hospital.

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