Once a treatment is available, we believe it should be available generally. It seems unfair to us at some deep level that one should live and one should die simply because the former has money and the latter doesn’t. It seems to contradict Life, Liberty, and the Purfuit of Happinefs. Unfortunately, making magic affordable for all is also an excellent way to insure that there will be less magic in the future for all of us, at any price. By removing the economic incentive, we pronounce a death sentence on all those whose disease advances before the cure is invented.Recently, Tech Central Station has three articles on similar topics.
Congressional Cures? and
The Harmful Side Effect We Never Hear About, both by Dr. Henry I. Miller
The Five Big Questions About Health Care, by Arnold Kling
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