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Proscar in canada I don't spend much time on health care policy.Â But this following from the National Review blog -- suggesting we assume away the problem -- is really astonishing:
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Proscar in canada Its true: if we assume there are no such thing as poor people, proscar in canada many of the nation's problems are much easier to solve.Â Even better, proscar in canada if we assume that we won't get sick, proscar in canada we don't even need a health care system at all.
Proscar in canada This kind of writing is a sad parody of neo-classical economic reasoning.Â Academics do make assumptions sometimes to simplify a problem.Â But no one who is responsible or an adult thinker thinks that that makes the assumptions true.