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HealthRanger Aug 12
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Candice Aug 11
Sure hope the decision makers are happy. While they’re enjoying the weekend with their families, my son has been waiting for 8 days with an untreated knee injury because someone can’t authorize an mri.
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Lynn Domescik Aug 12
"True reform starts in your kitchen...not in Washington."
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Lisa Brown Aug 12
2/2 Then let’s have a forum or debate devoted to , including our top policy proposals.
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Tedra Cobb for Congress 16h
Right now I am sitting down with some folks in Watertown to talk about . I invited to join me to hear the concerns of a group of people who’s lives are on the line. We can no longer ignore this issue we must advance solutions.
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Michael Fisher 21h
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Aug 12
BodyO AiPod aims to measure virtually every type of body stat >> via >> >>
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Jean-Baptiste Lefevre 7h
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Thomas Burklé 21h
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Tim Barnsback for NC House 18h
expansion would bring $13 billion in federal funding and expand coverage to more than 400K North Carolinians, including 95K children. This is a straightforward way to extend coverage, lower costs, & improve the quality of care.
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Harold Sinnott 🌐 Aug 11
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Shankar 9h
Docs in TL, I feel sad for you. I am working on something interesting for the past couple of days and I can already see how there are 100s of startups trying to suck money out of the system and yet none of them are making (or at least trying to make) your lives easier
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Mike Quindazzi ✨ Aug 12
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Pro-Choice Edmonton Aug 11
Canada has no abortion laws? We don't have laws on vasectomy, erectile dysfunction or prostate cancer either. The Canadian Medical Association provides policy; no law is needed. ? No. We. DON'T.
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Electra Mourning🐤 Aug 11
Today, a 90 day prescription for an anticonvulsant I ingest daily to keep seizures at bay went from $116 in May, to $435. Difference? Manufacturer. This is what's wrong with our system.
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Allen Frances 16h
Why US spends 2X as much as other countries on & still has lousy outcomes: 1)We overtreat people with coverage & undertreat those without it. 2)80% medical outcomes are due to socioeconomic factors- we spend too much on care, too little on social safety net.
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The Daily Edge 23h
This is the America the GOP wants: - Rape is a "method of conception" - Women forced to give birth to a rapist's baby - No healthcare coverage outside the womb if the child is born with a pre-existing condition
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Gavin Preston, M.D. 9h
The words of US for-profit health insurers say it all. Any money they belated pay out to professionals they call their "medical losses."
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Sen. Maria Cantwell Aug 11
In keeping with longstanding legal, ethical, and medical standards of , Title X providers can offer patients medically-accurate counseling on and referrals for all pregnancy options, including parenting, adoption, and abortion. I oppose efforts to undermine .
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Lisa Brown Aug 12
1/2 Healthcare is the top issue in this race. Happy to have my record on compared to including not just her votes at fed level but our votes & work at the state level & my work as co-founder of the local residency program she talks about in her TV ads.
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