Health care “coverage” isn’t the same as actually getting health care. Case in point: The Oregon health plan denied a cancer patient’s request for a new prescription drug — but was willing to pay a doctor to help her commit suicide.

You can watch a short video from a local TV newscast, which features the patient herself, as well as the head of the rationing board.

(Cross-posted from State House Call.)


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