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Socialized Medicine Misleadingly Successful Medical-care is a basic right of life that the American public overwhelmingly believes should not be denied The question of whether or not socialized medicine should be brought to the land of liberty andor how America could better provide for the inalienable right of life her citizens believe themselves to have is a fiery topic that may never be resolved Socialized medicine is a strong government-instituted method of insuring that citizens receive some form of equal health-care in a particular country If this system ever replaced Americas current system it would bring about many positive and negative effects on research competition innovation education and every other sect of the health community Several nations throughout the world have socialized health-care such as the United Kingdom Sweden Japan and Americas neighbor Canada In most countries with socialized medicine health-care is provided to its citizens from birth until death Law Britains socialized health system has many problems The British National Health Service covers the entire population for free or minimal cost to its citizens Americana 624 General practitioners have private practices funded entirely by the central government The World Health Organization estimated that 25000 British cancer patients have died unnecessarily from their socialized medicine rationing Experience It was reported in Telegraph of London that a patient is four times more likely to die after major surgery in the United Kingdom compared to the United States and patients can receive a higher quality of post-operative care in the United States Boortz 2 In Sweden the health-care system combines health-insurance programs and a system of socialized medicine Americana 624 100 of the Swedish population is covered by national health insurance 90 of the socialized program is financed through general taxes and 10 is financed through employer and employee contributions The majority of Swedish physicians are salaried and most Swedes receive their health-care in hospitals and clinics funded and operated completely by the national government Americana 624
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