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I just want to add one final piece of advice to Alan E. MacPhee's guest opinion entitled "Get the facts right on health care," in regard to the opinion issued from Don Mills, the retired pollster from Nova Scotia. Mr. Mills’ pronouncements on eliminating rural hospitals are refuted by Mr. MacPhee as on P.E.I. they cost four per cent of the health care budget while providing service to 25 per cent of our population. Mr. MacPhee's final piece of advice states, "fix the health care crisis in your own Nova Scotia before offering unsolicited opinion on rural P.E.I. and focus less on your opinion and more on your retirement.” My final piece of advice comes from a very dear uncle "you’re not thinking right, go home and lay down."
Marion E. MacCallum,