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Vaccine - Side effects
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(20-04-2021, 05:53 AM)Jwb52z Wrote: The thing about the US system in terms of treatments, medications, and doctors is that if you do have medical issues, it's basically up to you to know about drugs for your condition/problem/issue, especially if you don't have a diagnosis yet.  Your doctor will try to prescribe the most expensive thing, but you can ask for the generic version if there is one.  As was already mentioned in this case, some generics don't exist or they are not allowed to be sold in the US to protect company profits.  Yes, that's a thing in the US in case anyone here still doesn't know that.  You have to know what you're doing for yourself and you can't rely on your doctor automatically to just do the right thing.  For example, if a test isn't covered for something, it's just not done unless there is an emergency reason, like a lot of treatments unfortunately, or your doctor has a reason to think without the test first that something specific is wrong with you.  You can pay out of pocket for anything, but almost no one in the US does that unless they're wealthy.  Fortunately, since we have the internet and the fact that drug companies can make commercials on American TV, we have a much easier time in learning what drugs are for which problem and so forth than it would have been 40 years ago.  It will stay this way for the foreseeable future unless, somehow, "conservatives" in the US somehow stop being elected or all die in one fell swoop somehow.  Of course, I believe nothing that the US really needs will happen unless there are no more "conservatives" in the nation.  I used to put it more nicely than that, but I decided it's not necessary.  You can buy a lot of things over the counter in the US that you can't anywhere else, or at least not in any large amount.  The only time restrictions are put on things like this is if it involves a "morality issue" or an inescapable safety issue.  Drugs that can be used to make Meth, for example, are limited at how many you can buy at one time, but they get around that by going to multiple drug stores.  The safety issue comes in much more rarely as in several decades ago, a certain medication was tampered with and several people died.  The company made a recall of all the pills in question and took a huge loss, resulting in the pills being replaced with caplets and harder to tamper with bottles.  The US literally does almost nothing unless it is forced to do so when something will cost money or effort that the powers that be don't want to spend or expend.  To this day, people still, even after everything, look at me funny when I say I want to leave the US permanently at the earliest chance I ever get, if any.

You currently have a Democrat President in full control of government decision making, just reminding you of that. If Bidenman still hasn't saved you by now then maybe you're right you should move.
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(20-04-2021, 09:01 AM)Morgan11 Wrote: You currently have a Democrat President in full control of government decision making

Nope. Shakes
Biden too is hamstrung by naggers and special interests on both sides.
Not all of his decisions and policies are what he would choose if he could act freely.
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#63
Eh, Dems have had many opportunities. They don't want good healthcare either.
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