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More people living with MS, according to study


if patients have to come to rely on private insurance in the future obviously a European model would have to be considered such as obligatory insurance for all residents of the country where all basic medical costs are covered and any excesses and premiums are controlled through income tax deductions, and with financial support for those whose earnings are below a certain threshold. Some of these schemes may be partially funded by patients through their premiums and partially be the state. there are many different models available and choice in policies best suited to each individual. it isn't all negative, although knowing the inability in the UK to manage anything this is questionable. many countries with such a system have far better and more comprehensive healthcare than in the UK and it need cost the taxpayer no more than the current UK system.

Posted date

29 September, 2013

Posted time

10:59 am