Except for the meds.
This is an issue because meds are the new-ish method of treating patients. Big pharma may gloat and doctors relax, but patients get caught in the cross-hairs.
“It’s a big issue, a big problem,” Danielle Martin, a Toronto doctor, told Sanders in a recent podcast. “I have patients who take their pills every other day, or who take them for a few weeks and then have to wait until the cheque comes in to fill it again.”Americans may salivate at the "universal" health care enjoyed by their neighbor to the north, but when the patient can't afford the meds, how universal is "universal?"