PJTV's Steven Crowder does some undercover investigation of Canada's much-vaunted (by Democrats) socialized health care system. And, being on the web, his report can be ten times longer than ABC would allow. The results should enlighten you:
If you're a human being in Canada and you want a blood test, you'd better have your own physician, because the walk-in clinics won't do it, and the hospital emergency rooms won't do it, you have to have a personal doctor for such tests as cholesterol or a PSA (prostate cancer screening). If you don't have a doctor? You get to wait 2-3 years, as Stossel illustrated.