Canadians Speak Out Against Socialized Medicine I
With Canadians enduring pain for months and years while they wait for surgery, traveling to the U.S. for treatment, entering "lotteries" to get a doctor, and getting "wait list insurance," is Canada really a model for U.S. health reform? As America moves closer to a government-controlled health care system, anxious Canadians want to set the record straight about life under their country's “universal” system.
Join Michigan's Mackinac Center for Public Policy, as it journeys across Canada, documenting harrowing stories from real Canadians of long waits, physician shortages, doctor lotteries, special treatment for insiders and being forced to travel abroad for basic medical care. This is the first in a series, more videos to follow on CD.