Posted by SMK on August 14, 2004 at 14:24:43:
In Reply to: Re: Question for the expats posted by Don on August 14, 2004 at 11:47:56:
My original question concerned insurance NOT the quality of health care. But it is related to my concerns and I love a good debate anyway. I understand what your saying, but I must also take into consideration of past post from people on this board and try and determine if they are slinging B.S. or giving the straight scoop. Having read many of Marks post (among others) I believe that he does know (and others) what he/they are talking about, but I always keep in mind that his/their perspective may be a LITTLE skewed from their love OR hatred of Ukraine. All one can do is read as many post, (positive and negitive) as possible and try and come to some sort of LIKELY conclusion. On this same note, I know of a women here in the states who was a nurse in Odessa and has lived in the states for 10 or 12 years, also working as a nurse, who could lend further information on this health care issue, but things may have changed for better, or worse, since she's left and so it may not be the best information either. So what can we do but listen to all sides and then draw our best conclusions.
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