American Elephants

Canadian Lindsay McCreith’s Story by The Elephant's Child

Here’s how one Canadian citizen survived brain cancer, and spent $50,000 of his own money at an American hospital in order to survive.

In Canada, under their socialized system, Lindsay would have died before he received treatment. Timely Medical Alternatives helped Lindsay McCreith of Ontario get urgent brain surgery in Buffalo, New York.  From the Timely Medical Alternatives website:

While recognizing that many Canadians believe that we have one of the best health care systems in the world, the founders of Timely Medical Alternatives Inc. also recognize that there are some 875,000 Canadians currently on the waiting list for referrals to specialists or for medical procedures.

Our organization was formed in 2003 to help Canadians from coast to coast, to “Leave the queue” and take personal responsibility for their own private medical services.. Since then we have helped hundreds of Canadians obtain second medical opinions, MRI’s / CT scans / PET scans (within days) and surgery (within weeks). We have helped our clients to regain their mobility, to get relief from chronic pain, to get diagnoses of illnesses and we have, in some cases, helped to save the lives of a number of our fellow Canadians.

Canadian professionals say “Don’t do what we’ve done.  We will lose our escape valve.”


While the U.S. Congress debates whether to set American medicine on the path that Canadians have taken, Canadians are beginning to try to search out their own private option.  So if we get stuck with ObamaCare perhaps we can go to Vancouver or Alberta for better, faster care.

The videos and much of the information come from Gateway Pundit. You will find much more information at his valuable website.

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