Newly diagnosed cancer patients face hurdles in receiving oncologist’s appointment

Newly diagnosed cancer patients face hurdles in receiving oncologist’s appointment

Healthcare Reform: Yes!

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I support healthcare reform. I hope others will join me in posting their photos expressing their support for a universal healthcare system in the U.S. Especially as an antidote to the crazy townhall meetings that make it look like the citizens of this country don’t want change. We do. Here are my reasons:

I want healthcare reform because I’m tired of choosing jobs based on the health insurance options. And I want healthcare reform because I can’t afford my deductibles and copays, even though I have health insurance. I want healthcare reform because I’m tired of corporations dictating the care me and my family receive. I want healthcare reform because I’ve lived in places where it works and it’s magnificent to not worry about whether you can afford to see a doctor or not.

Newly diagnosed cancer patients face hurdles in receiving oncologist’s appointment
Newly diagnosed cancer patients frequently face hurdles in obtaining an appointment for care with an oncologist, according to new research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennnsylvania that will be presented Saturday, June 4 at the 2011 annual meeting of American Society of Clinical Oncology.
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Seniors may swing 2012 vote on Medicare revolt
Elderly voters who turned against President Barack Obama’s Democrats last year for tampering with Medicare are now threatening to punish Republicans in 2012 elections over their plans to scale back the health care program for seniors.
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Outside View: U.S. economy creates only 54,000 jobs in May
By PETER MORICI UPI Outside View Commentator COLLEGE PARK, Md., June 3 (UPI) — The U.S. Labor Department reported Friday that the U.S. economy added only 54,000 jobs in May, indicating the economic recovery is faltering.
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2 Replies to “Newly diagnosed cancer patients face hurdles in receiving oncologist’s appointment”

  1. You have to at least give government some hurdles. That’s the original intent of the constitution (Hasn’t done that great, but it tries)I’m not really sure if you’re saying “We should just give up” but it seems like it.

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