The Nightmare of Rationing in Oregon. Aww hell, I didn’t need that leg anyway. I love hopping, it’s great exercise%u20
We as a nation can’t afford to learn the same lesson that Oregon is learning the hard way.
Also of note is the fact that treatments for esophageal, liver, and pancreatic cancers take up priority slots 337 through 339, with treatment for stroke at 340 — all over 300 places behind obesity (8), depression (9), and asthma (11).
From Pajamas Media…Now where have I heard that name before?
Kooky “alarmists”, Geez.