Danielle Martin

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Senator Bernie Sanders and Premier Kathleen Wynne of Ontario at Toronto General Hospital as part of a cross-border tour of the Canadian health care system in October 2017. Credit Christopher Katsarov/The Canadian Press, via Associated Press

Too many Canadians and Americans are negatively fixated on each other’s health systems — and the distortions that accompany so many conversations about health reform make it harder to improve care on both sides of the border.

Canadians staunchly support our universal health care system, according to polls over many years. We live longer, healthier lives than Americans, and our survival rates for cancer and other diseases are comparable. The father of universal health coverage in Canada, Tommy Douglas, is considered a national hero.

Like much of Europe, Canada considers access to health care a right on par with the right to food and shelter.…  Seguir leyendo »