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Right to health care: Do individuals have a right to health care?

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  • Yes, I think so.

    Not only will everyone have care, but with universal health care consumer product prices go down. When consumer prices go down, completion from US companies go up. Companies will start creating more jobs in the US. Look at German health care for an example. It would in the end benefit us.

  • The right to health care should be granted to all individuals

    All individuals of any nation or country should be guaranteed health care. Guaranteeing all the right to health care would benefit not just the individual in need, but the economy and nation as a whole. Universal health care would decrease or cease medical bankruptcies and improve the overall health of the public. It is hard to imagine that other developed nations such as Canada and Spain provides universal health care for its citizens and the richest and freest nation sits as the lone exception, offering its citizens increasingly unaffordable health care and for some, no health care entirely. Health care needs to be guaranteed to all citizens and the overall health care and condition of the public would improve substantially.

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  • Healthcare comes at a price

    While a society should pride itself on how it treats its most destitute member, the reality of providing health care for all citizens is a much more complicated issue. Health care comes at a price, a very high price in the US, that is born by the citizen body - especially the younger and healthier. While universal health care is an admirable goal, its unrealistic and unsustainable today.


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