Wednesday, July 12, 2006

ABC has ANOTHER story illustrating what is wrong with our Federal government

Please check out this story at ABC:

The story is discussing the likelihood that the Federal government will encourage all medical organizations to start testing for Aids/HIV.

This sure will not help decrease the cost of health care... Good grief...

I have NO problem with individuals asking their medical professionals to test them for diseases; but, lets keep The Federal government out of these basic health care decisions...

Mike Sylvester


Doug said...

I don't think this is as much of a no-brainer as you think. For example, with polio vaccinations and the like, it was better to just vaccinate everyone and not worry too much about whether they had the disease, were particularly at risk, or even whether they really wanted the treatment.

The society at large had a compelling interest to make sure there were as few, preferably zero, carriers as possible. Since we don't have a vaccine for AIDS, I'm not sure the dynamics are quite the same, but it's not out of the question.

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