Tag Archives: cancer

Gifts From A Stroke: A Veteran’s Cancer Story

In the last post Gerrit said he had to take a loan against his house.  He had health insurance but he could not work.  He had mortgage and living costs in addition to medical.  Social Security will enroll people in … Continue reading

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Special Report: Worth the Cost and Benefit? Drugs and Devices–Who Decides?

This is a second of a two part series on health care technology costs, benefits, effectiveness and safety.  At $152 million dollars, a new cancer proton therapy facility sits on the campus of Northwest Hospital in Seattle, Washington, a joint … Continue reading

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Health Exchange Financial Sustainability Reports to Monsanto, Fraud and Our Upcoming Technology Series

In this issue:  Wsahington and Colorado Health Exchanges File Sustainability Reports, Protections Against GMO Lawsuits, Fraud of the Week, Good News(?) of the Week and Our Upcoming Technology Series Washington State Health Benefit Exchange files Sustainability Report with the State The … Continue reading

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