If we are going to limit health care, should we focus on old age rather than, say, premature infants, who are very costly to resuscitate and keep alive? What are the arguments for focusing on the elderly? What are Bells concerns about limiting health care to this age group?.
Given our finite health care resources, we must find ways to cut health care costs. One such way is to limit life-extending care to the elderly, focusing instead life-improving care; as Callahan states, A longer life does not guarantee a better life. What do you think about this claim?
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