Deep Medical Thoughts, by Jack Handey

“People with chronic illnesses can experience great difficulties in prison, but people such as drug addicts and the homeless may find their healthcare improves, according to a study in the latest Journal of Advanced Nursing.
It’s probably wrong to dismiss this as useless out of hand, but at a glance it doesn’t seem especially illuminating to suggest that imprisoning homeless people at least helps with the homelessness aspect, and offers the destitute and mentally ill improved access to health services.
The abstract is here.

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