No Easy Answers

If you have time to read a long — but important — news article about how drug shortages affect medical decisions, please click the link below.  New York Times reporter Sheri Fink has interviewed health professionals about how vital medications are rationed.

Some of us can say our general healthcare has improved greatly since “Obamacare” went into effect.  Although drug shortages apparently aren’t linked to health insurance laws, any of us can run into trouble if we have a crisis which causes us to fall through one safety net or another.  When seeking an explanation, we must be realistic and not project personal bias into it.

Sadly, the answer in some cases is “Don’t get sick.”  Take as many precautions as you want, but in the end staying well is a hit or miss thing.

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