Saturday, December 05, 2009
This test can spare women from chemo. But they can't get it here - The Globe and Mail
My response: some of the public's opinions which, as usual, were way off target to the original focus of the article: It's always a great transformation of opinion when those without a cancer diagnosis are diagnosed. It's very nice to know there are so many who believe in each paying for their own healthcare except...that's nice. But, envision your neighbour, your family member, your friend who cannot. Envision if it is your neighbour's child. Nice that we seem to have come to such a one-person self-centerness that we cannot see beyond the small picture of one.