Q: Fifty million people don't have health insurance in this country. What can we do to give them better health care?
A: Humans are merely collections of cells through which life flows in many forms, sometimes as a happy child and sometimes as a flesh-eating virus. Who is to say that a human child has a stronger claim to life and health than a flesh-eating virus? What you call "health care" is merely the rearrangement of morbidity across life forms.
In all honesty, it never occurred to me to look at it this way. The opinion seems to be uninformed by the concept of Homo Sapiens as god's chosen species.
H/T (somewhat indirectly) to Art