How much should Medicare spend on a very expensive drug to keep a terminal patient alive for a year?
If the person wanted to live for that year, as much as necessary. A person's right to live should have no price on it. Where would we draw the line? Who would decide? What time limit would you put on someone's life? Many people are given diagnoses with time lines and live far past those time lines. Is it fair to deprive them of medications that could help extend their lives or add to the quality of their lives simply because of cost? I say no! Human's have a right to life! A constitutional one!
by syvette 8 years ago
I often go shopping,but buy nothing beacuse of the high marked price.I persuade myself that next time you will get a more beautiful one with a lower price.However,most time,almost the same one but definitely more expensive.MY toleratance is USD 20,many person said that I just have a day...
by Miriam Gold 7 years ago
iPhone 4 accessories are very expensive... Is there any way to get them for cheap prices ?I got a new iPhone 4 and the prices for accessories are ridiculous! I heard you can get the for really cheap at sites like dealextreme but i can't find it!
by ngureco 8 years ago
What is Red Mercury?, and, Why is Red Mercury Very Expensive?
by Ross Dix-Peek 9 years ago
A Few Things You Should Know About Ireland!ByRoss Dix-Peek Well, the honeymoon is over! Here are a few facts that they donâ��t tell you when immigrating to Ireland! They are merely my views and opinions, and should be treated thus. Ireland is the most expensive country in...
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
Hubby went to get his warfarin refilled yesterday. We have good insurance, and with our insurance, our co-pay is $11. Without any insurance, the drug is $10 - at the same pharmacy! ????????? The druggist couldn't explain it. Can you?
by Natasha Pelati 2 years ago
When looking for information on a hub topic it is good to make sure that the information is accurate and that you have done your homework because there is nothing worse than reading an article that has false information. This takes the reader away from your site as they feel that it is fictitious...
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