Findings were skewed to show better performance from countries with socialized health care systems.Read the whole article for all the details.
by Rich Baehr
During the long debate over health care reform in 2009 and 2010, the advocates for the legislation made several key arguments, suggesting most of all that a health care financing system that covered a large number of the currently uninsured would be fairer — that a primary goal of health care reform was redistribution. This argument reflected the conclusions of a 2000 study by the World Health Organization, which made fairness the most important single aspect in its evaluation and comparison of health care systems around the world.
An article in the current issue of Commentary (subscription only) suggests that the WHO study, which provided the “moral” basis and primary justification for ObamaCare, is deeply flawed.
Monday, April 4, 2011
Scientific frauds are getting shown up more and more these days.
Another one from Pajamas Media. Are we surprised?