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In a recent article an MNBC correspondent brought up the issue of high prices on prescription drugs Many of these drugs are special vitamins as well as supplements that certain peoples bodies lack and need and are forced to buy This poses a financial problem If this were to happen in both Canada and the United States many families in both countries would suffer severely for this medical reason a reason they shouldnt have to pay for In some aspects this is selfish of the government By leaving these drugs to be overpriced the government is basically turning a blind eye towards the fact that many of these people are having to spend an extra thousand dollars maybe an extra thousand dollars they dont have The prices on these drugs could easily be regulated but as stated in the article the money that these companies receive goes towards research and cures for the treatments these people are receiving So it comes down to health care Should the health care system pay for these While it would solve problems it would also produce them People with privatize health care are settled they put in a certain amount of money each month and they get these medications along with the system If a common health care system would pay for these drugs two things would occur First the health cares budget would go down Not just a little but it would plummet Health care coming out of taxes would not be enough and as a result taxes would be raised This is probably the last thing people want Secondly many many people would go away from the deal much richer Basically its like asking for everyone else to pay for their problems So whos to blame Nobody really You cant say its a persons fault for being sick and requiring medical help Also you cant expect everyone else to pay for them to get better a
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