We can add Seth Rogan to the list of famous Canadians who look to the U.S. instead of Canada when it comes to health care

When Robert Bourassa, the premier of Quebec, Canada, needed cancer treatment, he came to the United States and paid for his health care with his own money.

And when Canadian Liberal MP Belinda Stronach needed cancer treatment, she also came to the United States and paid for her health care with her own money.

And when Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams needed heart surgery, he, too, came to the United States and paid for his health care with his own money.

And now, we can add actor Seth Rogan to the list of famous Canadians who look to the U.S. instead of Canada when it comes to health care. The Wall St. Journal reports:

Mr. Rogen’s mother-in-law suffers from early-onset Alzheimer’s, and he set up an Alzheimer’s disease charity. He was in town to testify in front of a Senate Appropriation subcommittee on the disease and and give an emotional appeal for more funding for research — while also featuring some lighter material.

March 1, 2014. Tags: , , , , . Health care, Politics. 3 comments.