Today, Dr. Donnica Moore was on The View and the topic was preventing bone loss in women. One of the ladies asked her about the recommendation that women should get a bone scan at age 30 as a baseline, since bone loss can start that early.
She replied that she agrees with that recommendation, but with health care reform we are trying to eliminate unnecessary tests, so the American Osteopathic Association recommends scans at age 60.
Welcome to state-run medical care, folks. Enjoy it while you can. Before you die from something that is currently able to be detected early, but won’t be when we have to wait for basic care.
What? I’m just using Republican scare tactics?
That’s what everyone said – including our truthful president – when the right claimed that private insurance would be driven out by the government. Yet, Investor’s Business Daily reports that the House’s health care legislation goes so far as outlawing private coverage.
Of course, as Pres. Obama said, we can keep our current coverage. We just can’t alter it or ever get another policy, if we move or change jobs.
Government monopoly, baby.
While you revel in it, check out Steven Crowder’s undercover look at Canada’s system.
I hope you have $900 for a check up at a private clinic. That seems to be the standard advice given by the government run health providers, not once but thrice, in his video.
Hope and Change!