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Transitioning away from a republic and more towards democracy aligns with my personal morals, but I’m also not confident that doing so would actually change much. The pandemic completely destroyed my faith in my fellow man. The number of family members who still don’t trust me enough to get vaccinated, and the amount of people who think they more about medicine than I do just because they saw something on Facebook or listened to a podcast, has completely shook my world view to the point where I’m not confident that democracy is all it’s cracked up to be. The majority of the voting public seem like fucking morons.

“Leave these states. If elected officials want to create healthcare deserts then that’s fine. When quality of life and life expectancy plummets maybe people will start trusting their healthcare to those who are educated to provide it rather than corrupt politicians. You could never pay me enough money to practice in one of these place.”

Ivermectin is expected to be gotten with a prescribed, however why would you do that if you have a less costly variation?

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I ended up speaking with her after she was informed by the physician of her condition, and she was in tears. It is always difficult to discuss financial and logistical issues with pts, but figuring out how to gently approach the subject of "how are you going to pay for medical care and hospice in the next few weeks or months while you die" is especially hard because everyone fucking hates it (for good reason).

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