Unfortunately the current system’s long standing denial of access and adequate prevention care has…
Matthew Rosario
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It costs too much, until people can afford medical again, without surrendering 70% of their income to government and or insurance, we’re going to have a problem in our nations healthcare.

Still, anyone can walk in an ER and get treatment, however, used to be you could afford cash, but HMO’s reform took that away.

neither you nor this author are going tweak this broken system back to functional for all, and that’s because of my original points.

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