The company was withholding information from John, since they knew that he wouldn’t be pleased with this chance and would perhaps change his place of work in order to receive a better health insurance policy to go along with his job. Due to the fact that the company didn’t come forward and tell John the truth, he then had to go through a great amount of trouble in order to raise the money to pay for his son’s surgery, in a very short amount of time. John and his wife had to sell various items in their house, as well their only vehicle in order to put their son on the donor list, even after this they were still short money. This mess could have been avoided if the company would have be... ... middle of paper ... ...lling or hurting him, making them the “bad guys”. In conclusion, we can see that there were various “bad guys” throughout this movie.
Benjy started out doing something nice but ended up trying to live his life through his brothers. In the end Benjy attains cancer and is sinking towards death with no one to inherit his life long achievement, his factory. No one will take over his business in the family because Lennie is too busy, Max-his brother- is too uninformed about it and Duddy has a certain disliking for him. Duddy had lost his respect for Benjy due to the fact that Benjy always ridiculed him. Benjy made his father Simcha believe
Upon rushing him to the hospital, it is revealed that John’s son has an enlarged heart. It is announced that Michael will need an immediate heart transplant to survive. A heart transplant usually can cost about $300,00 or more depend on the patients status. The hospital administration immediately informs John that his insurance does not cover that type of surgery and a payment of $100,000 will have to be mad just for his son’s name to be added on the donors list. The admi... ... middle of paper ... ... son but Dr. Turner shifts the conversation to another topic, which causes John to into a rage John Q is a movie that touches on the effects of the private healthcare system.
If Mikey does not undergo surgery he will only have a few months to live. This leads John and his wife to do everything in their power to raise money. They sell their television, car, and furniture along with the church giving them the collection money. Filling for Medicade , welfare, and different insurance does not work and are out of luck at this point. John decides he needs to do something quick or he will lose his son soon.
The only thing he could do is whispering. Todd was the only one who was working for their family. So, an economical problem existed in their family since the medical expenses in United States are very high. He had demanded to use the method of withholding medical treatment to end his painful life. But euthanasia is not a legal act, so the hospital refused to help him to do that.
Every day a different creditors…….holding out colossal bills (39)”. Luca was mad on his father about the fact when Bepy knew they don’t have any money still he spends money on women and knowing the fact that everyday they are getting calls from different creditors’. All the reputation he made in past thirty-year had gone, now no one is ready to lend money to Luca because of Bepy.
You think and feel as if your life has no meaning but you are ready to fight till the end and your family is not there to support you since they think ending your life through Euthanasia is the best answer since you will never be healed and your medical attention is costing them a fortune. Well in actuality, this is not a situation that one can ever want to imagine but it happens to lots of people around the globe. Everyone has a right to live regardless of whether they have a terminal illness or life threatening injuries and therefore Euthanasia should not be legalized. Euthanasia has become a controversial topic that is being discussed among many Americans. It has many people from different races, religion and gender in uproar due to the wide range of opinions one may hold towards this contentious topic.
In the movie The Doctor, this is exactly what happens, causing a whirlwind effect of emotions and learning. Jack McKee does not know how to listen, let alone feel sympathy or empathy. He cannot communicate with his wife and his son is distant from him. Jack is more concerned with his job then his family. He forgets that they are people and they have feelings.
Similarly in Fahrenheit 451, Montag becomes aware of problems with his society, but not logically - emotionally. It disturbs him greatly when a medical team that helps his wife appear and disappear within a matter of minutes: “There are too many of us, he thought. There are billions of us and that’s too many. Nobo... ... middle of paper ... ...n Brave New World , John, a ‘savage’ not raised by the society asks the world leader, Mustapha Mond, why they do not show films like Othello. Mustapha cites that not showing that kind of film is the “price we have to pay for stability.” As well, he speaks of the necessity for different classes of people to be in operation, even though more efficient methods through science exist.
Susan's father did not believe in the afterlife and he claimed that he wanted every last bit of life, even if he had to be supported by machines. He changed his mind after a long and futile battle with his illnesses. When the patient gives up, when his energy is depleted, only a quick death comes to mind. It is hard to imagine how Susan felt in this situation. She was concerned about making the best decision for her father's situation, but she also had to contemplate on her own beliefs.