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#112 - JHDog (02/02/2013) [-]
What i'm seeing in the comments is that you're all afraid of free health care because it'll reduce the quality of care. That sounds really stupid, if you're injured or sick and go to the hospital and aren't injured or sick anymore that should be good enough. You also make it sound like doctors don't give a **** about helping people anymore (granted there are a minority of doctors that do) like if they're not getting paid they won't treat you. People seemed to forget doctors made a Hippocratic oath. of course they probably won't have the time to see you for the full 10 minutes they normally do go to see you but if you're still alive the next day, then you shouldn't complain about the quality of care.
#126 to #112 - areyouawakeyet (02/02/2013) [-]
amerifag reporting,    
the 'quality of healthcare' excuse is just an excuse. conservative people here tend to think that any government intervention is socialist, and if its socialist, it must be communist and evil.   
they fail to see that by having universal healthcare, you stop the spread of disease because now there is no reason not to go to the doctor. overall health of the nation increases, as does productivity, which, in turn, can lead to a boon for business.   
the only people against it are those who don't want to pay taxes on their massive wallets.   
tl;dr - why the 						****					 are we the only developed nation without universal healthcare?
amerifag reporting,
the 'quality of healthcare' excuse is just an excuse. conservative people here tend to think that any government intervention is socialist, and if its socialist, it must be communist and evil.
they fail to see that by having universal healthcare, you stop the spread of disease because now there is no reason not to go to the doctor. overall health of the nation increases, as does productivity, which, in turn, can lead to a boon for business.
the only people against it are those who don't want to pay taxes on their massive wallets.
tl;dr - why the **** are we the only developed nation without universal healthcare?
#139 to #126 - JHDog (02/02/2013) [-]
I completely agree, this is ridiculous
#124 to #112 - ilikepatatas (02/02/2013) [-]
yeh, im gonna get very happy when i get a disease and then it becomes chronic :D
#127 to #124 - JHDog (02/02/2013) [-]
tell me, what's your definition of chronic?
#138 to #127 - ilikepatatas (02/02/2013) [-]
when you get a wrong diagnosis and use the wrong drugs there is a chance that the bacteria that causes your disease fortifies and becomes immune or resistant to some drugs making the disease to last for weeks or months
example: you have conjuntivitys and use the wrong drugs,the bacteria that causes it fortifies, making the actual drug that you need to cure your eye/s less efective to that bacteria
in lamest terms NORMAL GERM+DRUG= 1-2 weeks SUPER SAIYAN GERM + DRUG = 2-3 months
so basically when we use wrong drugs or even the correct drug in a wrong time it has the same effect in a germ than in a saiyajing when you beat him (BUT NOT KILL)
-sorry if my english was bad
#148 to #138 - JHDog (02/02/2013) [-]
That's actually wrong, drug resistant bacteria (most commonly known as MRSA aka the super bug) become drug resistant through evolution (evolution occurs faster in bacteria because they reproduce a lot quicker) and that is not caused by using the "wrong drug". It is caused by neglecting your dosage of the antibiotics that prescribed by you. So yes if you prescribed the wrong drug, you probably would get sick because it just doesn't work, but it wouldn't fortify the drug. If a doctor were to prescribe you the wrong drug, they know they are liable for your safety. So they will do what they must to help regardless of profit incentive.
#181 to #148 - ilikepatatas (02/02/2013) [-]
No , actually all bacteria can evolve against a type of drug if we give em enough time to do it, thats the reason of why some drugs must be consumed "every 4 hours/3 hours/ 2 hours/ETC"
#214 to #181 - JHDog (02/02/2013) [-]
you just reworded what i said
User avatar #196 to #181 - Zarke (02/02/2013) [-]
That's almost exactly what he just said.
#151 to #148 - JHDog (02/02/2013) [-]
*fortify the bacteria
sorry didn't proof read this
#150 to #148 - JHDog (02/02/2013) [-]
prescribed to you*
#141 to #138 - ilikepatatas (02/02/2013) [-]
saiyajin*
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