Monthly Archives: March 2011

New Prescription Drugs Will Begin To Test Our Commitment To The Socialism That Is Health Insurance: Very Expensive Treatments For Very Few People

Pharmaceutical research and development during the past 30 years has resulted in the paradoxical situation faced by most drug manufacturers today: With the frustrating exception of cancer, the drug therapies that mitigate, manage, or “cure” the diseases that are most … Continue reading

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Ryan and Rivlin are right: a “Draconian” shift to a defined contribution Medicare benefit structure may be the only “fair” way to reduce the difference between how much government funded health care people want and how much we are willing to pay for. aka addressing The Long-Term Deficit

Ryan and Rivlin are right: a “Draconian” shift to a defined contribution Medicare benefit structure may be the only “fair” way to reduce the difference between how much government funded health care people want and how much they are wiling … Continue reading

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