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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
March 27, 2012 9:28am
 
With the new health care legislation, physicians will be making less money and the services they can offer will be restricted...how many new doctors will be entering medical schools in the future under those conditions? I suspect not many. Many Doctors have $200K to $300K of college loans to repay. How will they do that and maintain a decent life style for their families? So, with a limited number of new doctors coming on line plus the retirement of some plus natural attrition, it would seem that the number of doctors will start to dwindle. But, we have 32 Mil new patients. Simple math will tell you that we will have a medical crisis very soon.

I just heard this week that development of new drugs has decreased about 60% while the development of new medical equipment is also way down since the Obamacare package was passed.

Fewer doctors, less new life saving drugs, small numbers of medical equipment plus 32 million more patients....smells like a medical crisis is just around the corner....thank you Obama!
     
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