Yes there should be a restriction. It is unfair that the NHS spend thousands, if not millions on peoples health care over their lifetime. No one should get millions spent on whereas others, hundreds. There should be a cap on the money spent on people because the NHS can not afford to spend so much money on patients which is proven by the fact the NHS are under so much stress at the moment. The NHS do not have much money and can barely afford to run the NHS itself. Therefore it is unfair to spend so much time and effort on certain people rarther than others. Just because people have had a more unfortunate lifetime with injurys and illnesses, does not mean that they should not have more money spent on them because of this. Another reason is why spend money on older generations when they may die in a few years anyway? They are simply so weak at their age that they may as well just be left to die. They are so pointless and unuseful why keep them alive? The money could be spent on manufacturing hospitals and paying bills but why spend so much money on patients? And anyway. Even if there was a cap, people would have the choice to get private healthcare so wouldn't need to go to the NHS.
People should have a varying price spent on them because some may have had a more tough lifetime than many others. It is unfair to say to someone (because they are more unfortunate) to die and not get the medication they need because they have had more money spent on them than others. That just isn't right. People should have te right to stay alive and we should keep everyone living as long as possible not restricting their life time. People should be able to have lots of money spent on them for healthcare even though they may have had lots of money spent on them before. UK citizens should have unlimited money to be spent upon and have not constraints on money spent. To back up the point, why have a restriction anyway? The NHS have enough money to spend more on patients so there is no point placing restrictions. Another point is that older generations will need more money spent on anyway. They may start to have problems to walk or may turn partially deaf and have to have hearing aids, and these all cost money. For instance, hearing aids can cost up to a couple hundred pounds, wheel chairs cost around a hundred or so and a mobility scooter can cost multiple thousand. This proves that differnet generations are affected by certain illnesses.
In conclusion, there should not be a cap on the money spent because it is simply unfair on everyone. Everyone should be able to have as much healthcare as they need. No less. They deserve to have unlimeted care and have no restrictions just because they have had an unluky lifetime.
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