This. Everyone I've met who lives in a country with UHC is quite pleased with the care. Anyone with the money to spare can pay for more specialized care and don't have to be patient like the working stiffs and unemployed who must deal with waiting for ELECTIVE surgery. ELECTIVE surgery.<quoted text>
I don't believe it. People in the U.K. and Canada LIKE their health care. Doctors like practicing there.
NOBODY must wait or just 'deal' with broken bones, or serious injury. If you're injured, go to hospital and they'll reduce your fracture or stitch you up.
Just found out (like a minute ago) that a dear friend found a lump, and the biopsy says it's cancer. Thank FSM she's CANADIAN and won't have to worry about going bankrupt just to pay for lifesaving treatment.