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Hes got a 103 degree fever exclaims the worrisome mother as she rushes through the kitchen to grab an ice pack in hopes of decreased temperature The single mother of three begins to panic as she realizes yet again her child is ill The young boy then begins to vomit and passes out Take the child to the emergency room immediately would be the logical explanation but for most this is not possible Down the street an elderly woman falls and breaks her hip trying to maneuver to the restroom As a result of the recent death of her husband she has no one to help her she lives alone The woman realizes she can reach the phone but is dismayed by the fact that she will not be able to afford the doctor visit or even the ambulance ride to get her to the hospital In this case one would suggest health insurance to help cover the cost of the expensive medical bills but most Americans do not have the ability to attain health insurance Both of these situations have one thing in common the patients regardless of the reason are left hopeless because of the lack of health insurance resulting in poor health and in some cases death Universal health care should be available to all Americans because it would allow all United States citizens cradle to grave security ensure quality health care and provide peace of mindFirst and foremost one must discuss what exactly a human right is Does it have restrictions Does one have to meet specific requirements to qualify for specific human rights And most importantly who decides what is and what is not a human right anyway Michael McCrystal Professor at Marquette University Law School and Alison Barnes Professor in health law at Marquette University define a human right first as evolving from congenital law but being built around the honor and value of an individual Barnes One can
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