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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Free Ambulance, If You Die

On top of New York City's recently-announced organ-preservation pilot program (which is possibly just organ harvesting), now the City may charge private hospitals up to $1 million a year to participate in a voluntary ambulance program. See this Wall Street Journal report by clicking here:

http://mobile2.wsj.com/device/article.php?CALL_URL=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424052748703493504576007743046682606.html%3Fmod%3Drss_newyork_main

There is a quote from a doctor who says "patients are going to suffer because of longer wait times" if hospitals stop participating in a voluntary ambulance program.

This now indicates that New York City has the resources to send an ambulance, free of charge and paid with federal funds, to take your organs should you die. But you should expect longer wait times for an ambulance should you want to actually live!

If the questions of how and where money is spent accurately portray what the City's priorities are, this indicates that saving lives is a lesser priority than harvesting organs for a privileged few.

(See the side panel for a link to my December 1, 2010 article on the Organ Harvesting plan.)


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