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Access to Health Care Based on Humanity not Income
Nevertheless, it is difficult to argue with the numbers, which emphasize the superiority of the Canadian egalitarian system. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Canadians have an average healthy life expectancy of 72.05, averaged between men and women, which is 2.8 years longer than the 69.25 years expected for Americans . The American Office of Technology Assessment states that Americans are more likely than Canadians to die at every age group up to 65 . Finally, and perhaps most conclusive, the WHO estimates that $2 931 per capita was spent in Canadian health expenditures, which is more than 44% less than the American expenditure per capita. These numbers may not directly indicate the differences between the systems, but it is clear that Canadians live longer and have to spend less on their health. Not only that, but the costs incurred by Canadians are shared and dispersed throughout the system in an equal way, whereas Americans have to bear that burden on their own - either out of pocket or through expensive private health insurance.…
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