Here's the interesting thing about the health care system in Canada: in aggregate, we spend substantially less on health care than the US does in aggregate ($4445 vs $8223, according to the OECD ). And yet, by pretty well any measure (infant mortality, life expectancy, etc.) Canadians are healthier.
Far from providing healthcare "at any cost", the opposite appears to be true: Canada is achieving superior outcomes while keeping the costs at about 70% of US equivalents. Here's the chart, "We" is the US:
Just taking those worries away makes anyone feel better, every day.
Update Mar 13/2014 to add an excellent video: This video is GREAT, forget about the arrogant condescending asshole who comes on first, Bernie Sanders proves once again why people like him so much!