Health Care Reform: The Arrogance of the Healthy

Time for a wee rant over at HealthCentral:

"Peter Singer, a professor of bioethics at Princeton University, believes putting a dollar value on human lives is the key to health care reform. Placing a value on human life will enable us to ration health care to get the "most bang for your buck" by denying life-extending medication to someone who's terminal because that money is better spent treating someone who is not terminal. It will be more efficient"

You can read the rest here.


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