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  • Will Obamacare Kill Medical Innovation?

    ABC News’s John Stossel investigates:


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    14 Responses to Will Obamacare Kill Medical Innovation?

    1. J.C. Hughes, Texas says:

      Excellent report by John Stossel. Thanks for sharing.

    2. Lee Longchamp, Avon, says:

      Excellent article demonstrating only one of many areas where US Health CAre is the best in the world.

    3. ozzy6900 says:

      Great report but you are preaching to the choir! This report needs to be drummed into the heads of the Liberals running the show and the king himself, President Obama.

    4. Kevin, Addison,TX says:

      That report is why all Americans need to stand up and be heard. No government run health care.

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    6. Linda Carlsbad, CA says:

      This radical administration is going to kill all innovation medical, everything, they are out to destroy our country as we know it. They want their socialist agenda, to break the backs of the American people. Well, we don't break, we are the American people and we will stand up to them no matter what, bring it on Obama, we are millions, try to break us.

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    8. Don H, Willis TX says:

      John Stossel seems to have the facts in tact. NO to national health care.

    9. Lynn B. DeSpain says:

      Obama's words and plans are similar to being bit by a rattler, as long as you stay calm and cool and don't move around, you;ll probably live. But you will surely die quick if you panic and stat running!


    10. Grace, Florida says:

      Go to http://www.LC.org – they have a great overview of the healthcare reform bill.

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    12. Ron Jarvis, Phoenix says:


      I really enjoyed all your comments. Thank you. Our group, Free Marketers is recruiting bloggers to read the house health care bill. Americans are interested in what the bill actually says and bloggers can use the information at http://www.freemarketers.com , to get quick access to that information. After reading a section, participating bloggers post their findings which users vote on to determine which are the most interesting. (or frightening) Its akin to "Digg" for really terrible laws.

      Any reading of sections (more than three hundred sections in bill, we assign one at a time) you are willing to do is greatly appreciated. Letting people know about our effort equally so.

      We recently created Free Marketers to defend Free Market principles and the people who espouse them. We are web professionals who are tired of the right being so far behind in social media and "Web 2.0". Thanks for taking the time to read this and I am at your disposal anytime:

      Ron Jarvis


    13. Tom Garrand, Manteca says:

      Your comments have certainly given rise to further consideration. Research and development in any field today is suffering. To think about the ISO quality standards push for innovation has come during the wrong age, Everyone will feel the loss for a long time to come; even distributors (html://sportaid.com) of medical supplies including simple catheters and other supplies.

    14. Tom Garrand, Manteca says:

      Disabled or very ill people appreciate the help friends and loved ones provide. Getting suitable equipment and medical supplies can mean the difference between life and death in some cases. Friends and relatives can assist persons with urological problems getting things like latex gloves, catheter holders, or other urology supplies. However, a Certified Nursing Assistant might be needed to deliver and set up other kinds of medical equipment and medical supplies such as a hollister apogee intermittent catheter http://sportaid.com/ (where my wife works) Before the nurse leaves, find out how to help with cleaning the patient's skin and catheter to ensure that the patient receives quality care at all times.

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