>> It is the reality someone chose, not the person sitting with a family member at the hospital in a life threatening situation that may or may not be an end of life decision. <<So if someone has a 0.01% chance of "pulling through" a condition that everyone considers imminently terminal and it will cost a million dollars to treat, we shouldn't flinch? It's a noble thought, and anyone is free to do that with their own money, but as public policy health care dollars are not (and will not be) infinite. Tough choices will sometimes have to be made. #29
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