Rebecca Watson, the speaker, made it clear her purpose was to inform you that while Martin Shkrelli had a huge role in the raising of Daraphim prices, he was not the only one to blame. She blames the entire pharmaceutical community for making it harder for people to access the medicine they need by constantly changing the prices. Watson builds upon her purpose by pulling out more opinions such as: “Homeopathy is bullshit and many chiropractors are dangerous quacks (Watson).” These opinions allows the reader to fully believe she is dislikes and puts blame on the pharmaceutical industry and the people within it. She specifically points out chiropractors which indicates there might have been an issue with one previously that allowed her to draw this conclusion. Throughout the entirety of the video Watson seems to have an extreme biased against Shkrelli and the pharmaceutical industry.
Greely is credible since he does have a child with CF, and knows the difficulties of caring for a child with a disease. Parents who have a child with CF can relate to Greely, and find him very credible. In the In the article, “Prenatal Genetic Testing Promotes Abortion”, written by Hank Greely, head of Stanford 's center for Law and biosciences, he claims that prenatal testing will only help “eliminate children that are believe too costly for society”. This is an overgeneralization, and he does not include any statistics to how much a child with a disability can cost. He also states that abortions “will be viewed as a way to save money.” This is an overgeneralized, and oversimplifying claim.
As a consequence, of the legal case between Mrs. Liebeck (plaintiff) and McDonald’s (defendant) many companies and citizens started a campaign against this kind of lawsuits. In fact, they considered the Hot Coffee lawsuit a frivolous one that took economical advantage of the legal system to make some “easy money.” So, the media turned it up side down the “Hot Coffee” legal case and Mrs. Liebeck and the entire situation became a joke. As a consequence, this case became the example and the propaganda of why the Tort reform was “necessary” or that was what the media and the government made us believe. So, a Tort Reform limits the general public’s rights to go to court. The idea with the Tort reform was to make more difficult for injured people
Anderson’s Feed also acts in a way society views as deviant. She is tired of the immense influence that the feed has on people. This mentality leads her to rebel. “What I’m doing...is trying to create a customer profile that’s so screwed, no one can market to it.” (Anderson 98) Her goal was to stop, or at least lessen, the hold technology has on her life. The rebellion does not become a problem until she needs the corporations help to pay for her feed.
When telling the audience of the anti-abortion law, which got struck down by the Supreme Court, the board says that it is a “significant victory” clearly displaying their view on abortion right away. The word “significant” makes the audience believe that it was a good thing that the law got overturned. Moreover, the board mentions that the law was a “dishonest anti-abortion law.” This makes the audience not trust the state of Texas and their beliefs about pro-life because of the word “dishonest”. Dishonesty brings a bad connotation in which the audience will be persuaded away from Texas’ anti-abortion laws and towards the board’s beliefs on abortion and pro-choice. Lastly, the board speaks of the overturning of the law and how this decision to overturn it was “unquestionably correct.” The board specifically picked “unquestionably” in order to persuade the audience to believe that, with out of a doubt, the decision the Supreme Court made was the right choice.
However, the anti-vax lobbies and groups believe that the “risks of vaccine outweigh the benefits, despite what science says” Mrs Suthers said.. “They have a strong belief that the pharma industry or the government is out to get them” she added. Ms Stephanie Messenger talks of her concerns of vaccinating children in her recent book “Melanie’s Marvellous
In the tenth amendment of the constitution it says that the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. The tenth amendment makes it clear that if a power is not given to the federal government, including the responsibility of running healthcare, it is not their job. Waldman, Para.2) The Founding Fathers put the tenth amendment in to protect against the federal government from obtaining too much power; however, “With the passage of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act, the federal government gave itself an incredible amount of power that inflicts burdensome regulations on individuals, corporations, and individual states.”(Hawkins, Para. 10). Constitutionally then, the responsibility to provide health care does not fall on the federal government but clearly lies with the states.
Healthcare Information Security Policy 1. Acceptable Use a) Employees should not use healthcare information systems to access or use material which is deemed to be inappropriate, offensive, copyrighted, illegal or which jeopardizes security by breeching confidentiality, compromising integrity and / or making information assets of organization unavailable for use. 2. Access Control a) All authorizations shall be linked back to the MS (medical superintendent) of the organization in an unbroken chain. b) Access control mechanism for medical information systems and their processing facilities must be established by respective management(s).
Vox Magazine states, “While the world rages on and problems like starvation, a massive refugee crisis, and homelessness remain unfixed, people in America — including an American presidential candidate — are arguing over a red beverage container.” Also, this debate has drawn focus away from the November 13th massacre in France. Instead of arguing over a cup, these celebrities should be trying to educate their audiences about worldwide issues. But at the end of the day, Starbucks probably did not intend this major response to its holiday cup. Instead, Starbucks intended that the cup be treated as a blank canvas, according to an article on Today. “Over the past few years, our customers have been showcasing their work on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest, and we even held a contest to support this creativity.
According to media and Kenneth Thorpe, an Emory Universal Health-Care expert who worked in the Bill Clinton, “finds that Mrs. Sanders’ proposal would actually harm many working beneficiaries of Medicaid, the state- federal health care plan for the poor and the near poor”. He claims that that Sanders’ plan would break the banks. Sander’s exclaims that “patients will be able to choose a health care provider without worrying about whether that provider is in network and will be able to get the care they need without having to read any fine print or trying to figure out how they can afford the out- of -pocket cost”. It makes sense why he wants us all to have the same provider. He wants to prevent all the arguing with insurance companies when they fail to pay for charges.