- From: "Ms.Brainy via MedKB.com" <u33689@uwe>
- Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 04:33:45 GMT
You get what you pay for. Medical institutions are businesses.
Not always and not necessarily and not only.
They gravitate toward those who pay more $$$.
How do they "gravitate"? Have you ever heard about medical ethics?
Medicare is cheap
Medicare is not "cheap" nor expensive. Take a short basic course to find out
how it works before you make a fool of yourself.
and I don't see why one should complain.
Your visual impairment goes far beyond your eyes, directly into your brain.
There was a question, not a complaint.
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