Jul 28 2011
Look at the future of Obamacare America – and be very, very afraid:
Hip replacements, cataract surgery and tonsil removal are among operations now being rationed in a bid to save the NHS money.
Two-thirds of health trusts in England are rationing treatments for “non-urgent” conditions as part of the drive to reduce costs in the NHS by £20bn over the next four years. One in three primary-care trusts (PCTs) has expanded the list of procedures it will restrict funding to in the past 12 months.
Yeah, who needs a functional hip??? For that matter, who needs old and unproductive people.
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