Most of us would like to believe that medical people have our best interests at heart. We, or the people who have been appointed by us to represent us during a healthcare crisis, should be part of the decision as to how far to take treatment. Most of us trust that we’ll have options carefully explained to us so that we can make educated decisions. Apparently, that isn’t always the case. Most disturbing of all to me is that where we live may be the indicator of how we are treated. In some parts of the country how we’re medically treated depends on how much money the medical system can make.
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