New Book Calls for the Improvement of the US Healthcare System

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Author P. P. Charly introduces a book which looks into the flaws of the healthcare system – and why Obama refuses a reform.

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The United States’ healthcare system is the most solicited by people from all over the world, despite its drawback in some aspects. It has the best medical technology in the planet, well suited and fitted to the capitalistic economic system of the 3G world. Yet despite these, its health care system does not totally support the citizens who need it. Author P. P. Charly provides readers valuable insights as he attempts to delve deeper into this issue with his new book, The Obama Kennedy Nation.

An enriching read, The Obama Kennedy Nation revolves around the question, “Can we afford to let the government take over our healthcare?” Author Charly points out US’ vast technological and medical capabilities and how these could positively affect the country’s health care system. In the same vein, he shows how this advancement can also fail one’s hopes if not used for the common good.

The Obama administration is simply not into health care reform, which is a dire need based on the US health system status quo. Charly further reveals President Obama’s support for the euthanasia bill, which is proposed by a southern congressional representative from Georgia. He lays down several proven facts that they are not in favor of the reform (postponement, lack of support, etc.)

The Obama Kennedy Nation is an eye-opener, which reveals that imperfection has been reflected in the US healthcare, immigration, and education, which are among the most expensive, yet less efficient among the industrialized countries. Truly compelling and educational, this book is a road map of the excellent report card given to the richest and the most successful country in the universe.

As the most essential aspect and the most expensive system in America, healthcare is the core and the basis of all discussions of this book. For more information on The Obama Kennedy Nation, log on to

About the Author
P. P. Charly is an M.D. & M.H.A/Gerontology candidate. While attending FMU as biology/pre-med student, he has had the opportunity to participate in the University of Iowa AGEP biomedical research during the Summer of 2004 and 2005. Despite his intense academic schedule as biology student, he was able to work as Mortgage Consultant at a financial firm, while serving the community of Jerusalem, SDA Church as church coordinator, and Health Report for a local radio talk show. As one of the four siblings who attend medical school, Charly has lived in New York City with his parents, but he has attended schools in New York, Tennessee, Florida, Illinois, and Georgia. On his journey to becoming a cardiovascular surgeon, he has learned to listen to the wisdom of his father, who has always said that the power of education is found in the knowledge of science.

Can We Afford to Let the US Government Takes Over our Healthcare?
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 89 pages; 978-1-4415-7161-8

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