"Hang with me as I do the math here on paper. It isn't a small number.
13.5 hours of work for the visit + 100 hours for standard preventative lab work + 360 hours for one year of a generic medication = 473.5 hours of work.
At 40 hours a week, that's nearly 12 weeks of work. Or 3 full months. IF you can find full-time work. For one visit, normal lab work, and a necessary medication.
Let that sink in."
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
First Doctor Visit in Five Years: Why Repubs Want Us Broke or Dead: