Doctor: I can't trust you anymore.
Gov. : Please, come back to me...my dear. I don't want to let you down. I'll do my best for you. Our sons and daughters are dying.... Please, come back!
Doctor: I don't care.
Gov. : How can we stand by and ignore people who are afflicted with diseases?
Doctor: Calm down! I don't want any advice from you. Enough of your preaching! Actually, I want to sue for a divorce.
Gov. : Oh my god......
As you know, today's doctors are busy doing their own business, that is, striking against public health. I was shocked to learn that some pregnant women can't help experiencing abortion because there are no doctors who can take care of them in the hospital.
Doctors are raising their voices against the new medical system because it deprives them of the right to sell medicine, a major source of income. "We can't but strike against the incumbent government's medical policy. ...... I'm sorry I have to close the hospital door,? the doctors stressed.
If so, who can take charge of caring for the health of the people? Who will compensate people for the suffering and even the loss of lives? Where are you when suffering people are moaning? I뭢 sorry to hear that you would simply say, "Sorry."
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