It is common knowledge that the United States of America cannot compete with its neighbors in the field of healthcare. In fact, privatization of the sector, high prices of medication and lack of awareness pose a myriad of obstacles to its development. In the US, a simple knee fracture can cost up to $30,000. So, now we ask this question: when it comes to healthcare, how far are they from achieving the American Dream?
It all started back in 2013 when Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old African American boy from Miami Gardens, Florida was murdered. In the evening of 26th February 2013 when Trayvon was passing by a nearby convenience store, a man named Zimmerman, who was a member of the community watch, without any evidence suspected Trayvon and reported […]