Should people with lifestyle related diseases be given free healthcare?Watch
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It's for my EPQ and has proven to be a controversial subject. E.g when an obese person develops type 2 diabetes, or an excessive smoker develops lung cancer; where would you draw the line? if a professional dancer gets injured dancing is it lifestyle related? What're your thoughts?
I'm not sure I agree with the whole dancing thing. That's a career path and it arguably positively impacts others.
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I feel if a person goes to a GP and is repeatedly warned that their lifestyle may cause problems and they choose to ignore it, should they be entitled at all? Should they pay more tax? Or would this all be different if NHS was abolished and only private care was available?
Loving the thoughts