Insurance Companies Denied Patients Life-Saving Treatments But Would Pay for Assisted Suicide
“It’s a lot cheaper to grab a couple drugs, kill you, than it is to provide you life-sustaining therapy. It’s as simple as that.”
A Nevada doctor recently decided to go public after learning insurance companies denied two of his patients life-saving medical treatment coverage and offered to pay for them to commit suicide instead.
In a new video by the Patients Rights Action Fund, Dr. Brian Callister, a physician and professor at the University of Nevada Medical School, explained what happened when he requested coverage for two patients’ medical care.