Insulin pumps are designed to deliver life-sustaining insulin at a steady rate based on an individual’s needs. A pump costs about $6,000 and an additional $3,600 a year for the insulin and associated supplies. Ontario is the first province in Canada—and is one of the first jurisdictions in the world–to provide this level of coverage for prescribed insulin pumps and supplies. Now, I ask you: Why wouldn't you want the same health care plan in your country? It is my opinion that health is a national responsibility (as is education), not part of free enterprise and profits. (Go Obama)
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