The U.S. also has the highest cancer survival rates in the world, despite having the most obese population. U.S. spending on medical research dwarfs that of all other countries. Of the last 15 Nobel prizes in medicine, 12 went to U.S. researchers. The U.S. performs more than 2 times as many angioplasties as the world average. It performs more.
I lived in a country with socialized medicine for years. How they managed to sell this broken-down concept here in the U.S. still boggles my mind. Here's my guess as to how. The vast majority of Americans have never lived under socialized medicine. Those that have, have no voice in this country. Few will read this post or listen to the millions that have lives under that totally failed system.
As the health care debate continues to heat up, we continue to learn more about states that decided to take on a public option. The Wall Street Journal’s article “No Maine Miracle Cure” describes Maine’s failed public option healthcare plan. In 2003, Maine enacted a government run health system under Democratic Governor John Baldacci. “DirigoChoice,” Maine’s public option was.
In this community-based exploratory study, we used mixed methods of survey and focus groups to explore the work related experiences and mental health of migrant live-in caregivers in the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada. Convenience and snowball sampling were used to recruit participants. The inclusion criteria were: being 18 years or older, initially migrated to Canada as TFWs under LC.
The US will eventually go to socialized medicine and then you will see the pace of medical advancement slow. Unfortunately it will be impossible to see because it is unknowable what would have been invented with a capitalist system. mcguire 7 months ago. An unregulated healthcare market, complete with all the benefits of the free market, was the rule in the US until the Pure Good and Drug Act.
Canada is a high-tech industrial society with a high standard of living.Trade agreements in the 1980s and 1990s dramatically bolstered trade with the U.S., and now the two counties are each other.
I have been admitted in US hospitals a few times — twice for ACL reconstruction surgeries after an accident, once for my wife’s pregnancy and a few more times for relative who was dying of cancer. I have also been in Indian hospitals a lot. I also.
He completed an Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Purdue University and a Residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Missouri-Columbia. After a year in private practice in Miami, FL, he returned to Purdue for 22 years. At Kansas State University, Dr. Richardson was instrumental in establishing legislation that provided debt forgiveness to new veterinary.