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PRAIRIE GROUCH  
GRAND PRAIRIE TX  
December 9, 2013 7:47am
 
As long as there is a mandate for hospitals to provide
care to those who cannot pay, a requirement for
universal health insurance will never succeed.
In addition to this trait of human nature, the monopoly
of the health care industry must be eliminated to
drive costs down. When the right to practice any
profession is limited to licensed individuals, the
cost is always higher. If farmers can administer medicine
to their animals, surely the rest of us should have
the right to practice simple medical procedures.
For example, determining blood pressure is a fairly
simple procedure and there should be no valid reason
for a citizen to be denied drugs to treat that con-
dition without repeated visits to the doctor. In the past
most babies were delivered at home. I think that
Carter was the first president born in a hospital.
One of my grand daughters was delivered in a midwife
staffed clinic and the other was born in a hospital.
My daughter rates the clinic care higher than the
hospital care.
Considering the number of people who die in
hospitals due to mistakes, self treatment may be
the safer option in some cases.
     
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