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Monday, March 15, 2010

Best health care system in the world

AP:
David Beckham says he hopes to make a "swift and full recovery" from his torn left Achilles' tendon after leaving Monday for surgery which will keep him out of the World Cup.

"I am on my way to Finland to see a specialist and have a scan on the injury," Beckham said in a statement posted on his Web site. "I am upset but (want) to thank everyone for their messages of support. I hope to make a swift and full recovery."

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4 Comments:

  • Or if you're Canadian, you may prefer the US:

    http://voices.washingtonpost.com/checkup/2010/02/canadian_premier_has_heart_sur.html?wprss=checkup

    By Blogger Oakcity, at 11:02 AM  

  • I'm not sure I would consider a professional athlete's chosen health care provider the "best". The constraints are very different from the typical person's. Nevermind the whole steroids thing....

    By Blogger bjv, at 12:35 PM  

  • Of course you can't judge a health care system by the actions of one person with the financial resources to possess an infinity of options.

    Yet, as the previous commenter attempts, many people do just that when describing the US system, especially to explain why it needs no changes.

    That said, curious why Becks would go to Finland for his surgery, isn't it?

    By Blogger Barry, at 12:48 PM  

  • Weren't the Finns the original blood dopers? :-)

    By Blogger bjv, at 1:50 PM  

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