For every person that dies in a terrorist attack globally, 58 people in the US die due to lack of health care.
I would love to see this study of people in the US that die due to lack of health care. There are free clinics in EVERY county in America. There is a hospital in EVERY county seat or the adjoining county that has to accept people, insurance or not. I wonder what these people are supposedly dying from.
For instance, we have people who come in regularly with diabetes that are in crisis because they don't take care of themselves. When they die due to uncontrolled diabetes, are they counted as died due to lack of health care?
Also, we have people EVERYDAY that come to the ER and want a prescription for their high blood pressure medicine. They haven't taken it in three months because they have been out, no money, etc, etc. I always take the time to tell these people of our free clinic that will follow their care, monitor their blood pressure long term, AND they give them their meds for FREE. You would be shocked at how many times the answer I receive is, "Yeah, I know but it takes 3 weeks to get an appointment and you have to sit in there half a day."