Isn't it good enough to have a more caring society ... and remember the details that preceded of Sally Brown's death on the 10th of January 2008?
Examples of those details:
- "asthma, emphysema and congestive heart failure"
- "every breath an agony"
- "little more than a year to live"
- "medical bills piling at her door"
- "(health insurance company) ... policy had been canceled"
- "unable to work at the job she loved"; "(employer) terminated her employment"
- "disability expired the same week she lost her job"
- "more than $20,000 in bills"
My family of four lived in Canada for over four years. After several years of having been back in the United States, I started asking Canadians what they think of the health care there. The first answer I received was very positive and was based solely on the fact that Canadians care for one another. To give you another example of an answer, the last reply that I received from a Canadian was only one word: wonderful. But let's not focus on individual answers, just refer to the previous paragraph.