DAILY NEWS (UK):
POOR NHS treatment has led to almost half a million Scots dying in the last 30 years, a new study has revealed.
Doctors at Glasgow University found that between 1974 and 2003, a total of 462,000 people died in Scotland as a result of health service failings
It means Scotland has one of the highest avoidable death rates in western Europe.
The study examined the number of deaths caused by a lack of "timely and effective health care".
The vast majority of people - around 250,000 - who died due to inadequate or delayed treatment were heart or stroke patients.
Another 7300 had cancer and slightly more than 2000 were pneumonia patients.
IF IT DOESN'T WORK THERE, THEN IT WON'T WORK HERE. YET EVERY SINGLE DEM CANDIDATE WANTS TO NATIONALIZE HEALTHCARE IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER.
DON'T FALL FOR IT.