Saturday, October 25, 2014

Capitalism: impediment to health, safety, solidarity, and elementary dignity

Read it and rebel:


.... His nephew, Josephus Weeks, told the press that many believe that Duncan was initially turned away because "antibiotics and Tylenol are the standard protocol for a patient without insurance."

"For the 10 days he was in the hospital, they not only refused to help us communicate with Thomas Eric, but they also acted as an impediment," Weeks said. "The day Thomas Eric died, we learned about it from the news media, not his doctors." Duncan died alone.

Two nurses who tended to Duncan also caught the disease, but survived....

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