Feb 25th 2010 9:12AM A thought, I don't recall seeing this in prior posts, but what about birth control from the beginning? Say she knew before she got pregnant that she had cancer, should she have not been using some sort of birth control knowing she had a life threatening illness that could ultimately take her from her husband and ten year old daughter? Granted there are variables in this story that weren't clear by the writer, but doesn't common sense dictate that if you have a life threatening illness, as a woman of child bearing years, you may want to take the precaution to not get pregnant so you wouldn't have to have this situation in the first place? I'm sure as old as all cultures are, there are birth control methods known. An ounce of prevention a pound of gain.
Jan 14th 2010 1:07AM No sarcasm here ( or there) that was just stupid
Feb 13th 2009 1:26AM They do get free medical care! I had a ruptured gallbladder and no insurance yet, but was told at the public assistance office if I was 65 or older, legally blind, or a documented or undocumented Hispanic I could receive help. So much for my American butt paying my American taxes for others.
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