Or better called the State of Deathcare in America

I just found out that a good friend of mine passed away last week
from complications of HIV
Because he was never tested .... and one of the reasons that he wasn't tested until it was too late was because he didn't have health insurance

He had lost a position four years ago and had to take jobs that DID NOT PROVIDE INSURANCE and couldn't afford it on his own

Harvard Medical Study Links Lack of Insurance to 45,000 U.S. Deaths a Year
As the White House and Congress continue debating how best to provide coverage to tens of millions of Americans currently without health insurance, a new study (PDF) is meant to offer a stark reminder of why lawmakers should continue to try. Researchers from Harvard Medical School say the lack of coverage can be tied to about 45,000 deaths a year in the United States — a toll that is greater than the number of people who die each year from kidney disease.