“ It costs … taxpayers $109,782.60 a year – or $301.60 each day — to keep a prisoner “on the inside”, according to the Australian Productivity Commission. Alternatively it costs $49,700 – less than half — to provide that prisoner with rent, food, a small four-cylinder car and money for any degree in Australia for a year”. [Brisbane Times 28 Febuary 2016]
Comment: somewhere out there in medical-land there is a useful answer for many medical questions, but experience (mine at least) suggests that odds of finding a GP who knows is often slim. For someone with basic research skills, good answers tend to come better (and more cheaply!) from “Dr Google”. Also Dr Google soon shows up where the science is not settled (most issues), but doctors rarely do. Nor will they debate the evidence.