12 May '11, 5am

Why are cancer treatments not subsidized by the government?

Thank you very much to those that empathize. Our family appreciates your concerns. What we seek to understand, although simple, might just turn out to be a complicated answer. I do not wish for the same predicament upon anyone. However, by next year, 1 in 6 person in Singapore will contract cancer. The emotional stress and financial stress upon those who contract and to their family members are immense. We hope that the government will see how important subsidizing drugs and treatments for cancer patients is. For these are the very same people that supported the financial system when all is well. @no way, while i don’t necessarily comprehend your ideology, I can somehow see where you are coming from. I think comparing illness like flus and coughs to cancer is vastly different. While some studies have shown that cancers are related to lifestyles, may I attest that mother wa...

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