The case has prompted three dramatic questions dramatic that concern us all.
1) It has emerged that the area of health is actually a business opportunity, one of the newest hunting grounds for marketing because of its profitability and potential. Just remember that our bel paese is one of the countries with the highest prescription charges.
2) Secondly it has been demonstrated that politics and justice itself move cautiously in this rich soil of interest even before much scientific evidence, confirming that our bel paese has the most confused democracy with attention to please everyone rather than aiming for what is best and right.
3) Thirdly it has stripped us of our own personal unavailability to the injustice of illness and death sentences as much as it is unacceptable for innocent children, the inability to tolerate or even imagine the tragic inequality of opportunity and not see the sentence carried outto not only our dreams but even our vital desires.
The rebellion against fate is perversely intertwined with the ability to deceive the need with the ‘ illusion of transforming it into power and money for some. If we can do anything to be close to those families who live in such an intolerably explicit way and clear the real drama being in this world that affects us all.