What we're talking about here is funding for clinical trials.
Clinical trials, people.
After all, isn't that what everyone has been talking about - you can't possibly expect us to provide funding for new treatments unless we know they're both safe and effective? Anecdotal evidence just doesn't cut it, right?
Okay, fair enough.
Exactly how much research is going to occur if nobody funds it?
Then again, I am probably looking at this all wrong.
I mean what better way to slow the rising costs of health care budgets then to tell people that they must patiently wait for clinical trials? And then make sure those same trials never occur?