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simrank3
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Should the NHS continue to treat those who knowingly abuse their bodies?

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Started: 8/17/2015 Category: Health
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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simrank3

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Yes because they are humans and deserve to get the same treatment as others. Not giving them treatment means the world's population will decrease. We need a big population for people to work in hospitals and treat these people.
ProspectApex

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Point 1:
Possibly correct though if they abused their bodies why do they deserve to be treated?

Point 2:
We do not need a big population, in fact WE DONT WANT a bigger population!

More people = less oxygen + more co2 = death A LOT sooner

We have plenty of people in hospitals at the moment and more than enough people out of work to be trained up to nurse and doctor.
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Posted by WinchyMann 1 year ago
WinchyMann
Of course they shouldn't. Why should the NHS keep paying for people to be treated when they know that they're harming themselves? They knew the risks. I'd give them no help what so ever.
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