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Reader feedback: Minister's act a shame

Dear Editor,

Doctors are right ("Doctors reject 'name and shame' scheme", Flash News, February 25 - March 3, Vol. 8, No.7). They cure sicknesses with medications and not with their prices.

It's shame what the minister did. Doctors should sue him and fight for their rights. Personally I don't want to be cured with aspirin. Everybody is forced to pay the health insurance in Slovakia, even foreigners. It should be individual. I think it's a dictatorship.

Jenny Kurz

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