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May 8, 2015
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Around 40 million people in the U.S. have no health insurance. The insurance that is available is either very expensive or excludes  many needed services. During the debate over the healthcare system, Obama refused to let single payer proponents testify at the hearings. It was a stacked deck from the start, designed to enrich the insurance and pharmaceutical companies. For those who can afford insurance, only allopathic treatment and services are available. Allopaths here are generally ignorant of holistic approaches and look down on them.

American hospitals are dangerous because the care is indifferent, leading to high rates of medical errors and hospital acquired infections.  Profit is valued over patient care.

Homeopaths in the U.S. generallly charge $350 to $500 for the first visit and then $100-200 for each update. A person who is chronically ill could easily pay $3000- $4000 during the course of treatment. 

 

   

May 9, 2015
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Yes, I think it is very deteriorating situation in US. Homeopathic treatment is much better in this case and it should be part of the health insurance. 

January 8, 2016
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I don’t agree, according to me U.S. has undergone improvement in the health care sector since 2012. New labs, hospitals and medicines are available for giving better treatment to people suffering from various known and unknown diseases.

March 26, 2016
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hmm ….

August 30, 2016
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to be honest… my opinion is that health care in the US is total sh*t, especially when compared to other countries… it can be a lot much better!

August 30, 2016
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Health care in the U.S. is totally allopathic and very dangerous. Doctors prescribe drugs that have already killed or harmed many people. Prescription drugs are one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., killing over 100,000 people a year. (probably closer to 200,000). Medical errors cause another 100,000 deaths and hospital acquired infections kill yet another 100,000. No one in the medical system has a clue how to actually heal anything. Doctors here order CAT scans like they were polaroid photos. How many get cancer from these multiple CAT scans?  They mock anything holistic. Now they pressure parents to allow vaccines for their children. Vaccines earn doctors tens of thousands of dollars a year.

August 31, 2016
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agreed, i’ve also heard that it is business mostly than medicine… I do understand that phama companies want to make money… but this money lust kill people and they really do not seem to care…

September 15, 2016
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In my opinion, health care sector in US needs a lot of improvement. However, it doesn’t mean US has worst health care facilities. There are many other countries which are poorer than US in terms of health care services. Everything boils down to the fact that we must not get sick! 

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