To begin, this post is not directed at any individual. I have numerous friends who regularly travel, and that’s great. I always enjoy hearing about places around the world. However, as I have recently mentioned, May is Neurofibromatosis month (read more here),… Read More ›
Neurofibromatosis is the most common genetic disorder, affecting me and approximately 1 in 2,500-3,000, yet most people (including some medical doctors!) do not know about it. There is currently no cure. Research is needed, (and because of neoliberalism,) research really,… Read More ›
No one is born voluntarily. Even more, no one asks to be born with permanent disorders and diseases. And because of capitalism and its inhumane nature, people like me “cost” millions of additional dollars over a lifetime in order to… Read More ›
Sometimes the United States is a disgusting thing. As another enrollment season begins, yet again, more health insurance companies are deciding who has the right to live and who doesn’t. I am again one of the millions of people deemed too… Read More ›
We face an escalating and serious crisis when it comes to allowing people access to doctors, and too few are paying attention.
Due to insurance changes in 2016 ACA customers will essentially be prohibited from going to the best medical center in the world. And that’s only where it begins.
I find it very odd that we live in a political system and culture that requires ignorance and requires ignoring logic and evidence. One of the biggest (if not the biggest) concerns right now is the environment – but it’s too expensive for… Read More ›