(NRO) – A Canadian man disabled by ALS didn’t want to die now. He wanted to be cared for at home so he could be with his son.
Nope. The government’s socialized health-care system refused to pay for all the care he needed. But it sure paid to kill him by euthanasia. From the story:
Relocation was not an option as that would have taken him away from his son, of whom he had partial custody. . . .
“Ensuring consistent care was a constant struggle and source of stress for Sean as a patient,” read the Facebook post in his honour. CONTINUE