A Reflection Of A Speech On National Health Care

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I am proud to have been elected by you and excited to accomplish your desires. I have just received two bills revolving around National Health Care that have the potential to revolutionize the quality of life we have come to expect. The Second World War has ended and the United States will be receiving the spoils of war from the defeated countries. This means that even with falling income tax rates, this bill can still be funded. The 1930 's were wrought with terrible diseases and ailments that were difficult to treat and cost you more money than you had. With this new bill, I hope to reduce those medical costs and improve there effectiveness through government owned medical research facilities to combat the greatest threats to our health …show more content…
The mentally handicapped population are severely neglected. The American dream as stated in our Declaration of Independence is “Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Happiness,” but as Americans we have not provided that for our fellow citizens that were born with or developed mental conditions. Ailments such as Dementia, Shell Shock, and various conditions that some of us were less blessed to be born with continue to disrupt our great country. This is an issue we must immediately face! These conditions are severely under-researched and require our immediate attention. No man should return from serving in our armed forces and be left to suffer from Shell Shock because of our lack of understanding. I have seen what it can do to men, and I do not want to see this trend continue. This institute for the Mentally Ill will help with much needed research into the mind so that we may give back the lives to soldiers who put theirs on the line and to create comfortable places for those we cannot help …show more content…
Diabetes is becoming a more common issue by the day, and we have only just begun to research how to treat it. In 1921 we developed a treatment using insulin and we have seen good results from this.2 If we can continue to replicate these and use this facility to properly diagnose and distribute insulin to those suffering from Diabetes, we should be able to make their lives a great deal easier. Unfortunately Diabetes can also cause more serious kidney conditions that can result in death very quickly without treatment from specialized doctors. This facility will provide a training ground for doctors to receive the skills the need in addition to providing a central hub for all seeking help with Kidney diseases. This treatment is not enough by itself, so we must also research the cause of this disease if we are to prevent it in the

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