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Choosy about right to choose

Jan. 22 marks the 38th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, which guaranteed a woman’s right to choose to have an abortion. On this date annually, both sides of the abortion controversy confront each other over one of America’s most contentious issues. Liberal Democrats vigorously defend ...
Commentary

Hospitals lure doctors away from private practice

While making the case for his health reform package, President Obama argued that his proposal would make life easier for small-business owners. Unfortunately, Obamacare threatens to undermine a group of small-business owners that is perhaps more important than any other to his reform effort — doctors in private practice. The ...
Business & Economics

Good Riddance to the Paycheck Fairness Act

Republicans in the Senate have successfully blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act. That is something to celebrate in 2011 because the Act had little to do with fairness. It would have empowered the federal government to regulate compensation and work arrangements in private businesses. Supporters lament that Congress has missed a ...
Commentary

Have-nots lose on Avastin ruling

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration did something highly unusual on Dec. 16: It revoked its previously granted approval for using a drug called Avastin to treat late-stage metastatic breast cancer. The FDA’s decision dimmed the lights on the Christmas trees of some 17,500 breast-cancer patients whose doctors prescribed Avastin ...
Commentary

American Patients, Get Ready to Wait

Real Clear Politics, December 22, 2009 USA Today, December 24, 2009 With the health reform debate moving apace in the Senate, the president and his political allies appear to be well on their way to implementing a government remake of the U.S. healthcare system. The situation for ordinary patients isn’t ...
Commentary

The Fatal Move From The FDA

On Dec. 17 the Food and Drug Administration is expected to take the radical step of revoking approval for an advanced drug in the treatment of one of the country’s most deadly diseases. Avastin, an advanced treatment for late-stage breast cancer, made it through the FDA approval process back in ...
Commentary

FDA’s Decision On Avastin Will Set the Standard

Later this month, the Food and Drug Administration will issue a ruling that will be a major test of the credibility of promises the Obama administration has made about the future of Medicare under health reform. At a Senate Finance Committee hearing in November, the new chief of Medicare and ...
Business & Economics

Going Down Swinging in 2010

Here at the Contrarian we would be lax in our duties if we ignored the sporting world. Our readers will recall that we took notice of Billy-Jean King, still crowing about her 1973 win over Bobby Riggs, a washed-up player old enough to be her father. We also noted that ...
Commentary

Reform Fails To Fix Uninsured Problem

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just announced that 59.1 million Americans went without health insurance for at least part of this year — an all-time high. The CDC estimate comes on the heels of a report from the Census Bureau that arrived at a similar conclusion. Supporters of ...
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to US legislators- vote for the patient empowerment act

Watch on youtube
Commentary

Choosy about right to choose

Jan. 22 marks the 38th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, which guaranteed a woman’s right to choose to have an abortion. On this date annually, both sides of the abortion controversy confront each other over one of America’s most contentious issues. Liberal Democrats vigorously defend ...
Commentary

Hospitals lure doctors away from private practice

While making the case for his health reform package, President Obama argued that his proposal would make life easier for small-business owners. Unfortunately, Obamacare threatens to undermine a group of small-business owners that is perhaps more important than any other to his reform effort — doctors in private practice. The ...
Business & Economics

Good Riddance to the Paycheck Fairness Act

Republicans in the Senate have successfully blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act. That is something to celebrate in 2011 because the Act had little to do with fairness. It would have empowered the federal government to regulate compensation and work arrangements in private businesses. Supporters lament that Congress has missed a ...
Commentary

Have-nots lose on Avastin ruling

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration did something highly unusual on Dec. 16: It revoked its previously granted approval for using a drug called Avastin to treat late-stage metastatic breast cancer. The FDA’s decision dimmed the lights on the Christmas trees of some 17,500 breast-cancer patients whose doctors prescribed Avastin ...
Commentary

American Patients, Get Ready to Wait

Real Clear Politics, December 22, 2009 USA Today, December 24, 2009 With the health reform debate moving apace in the Senate, the president and his political allies appear to be well on their way to implementing a government remake of the U.S. healthcare system. The situation for ordinary patients isn’t ...
Commentary

The Fatal Move From The FDA

On Dec. 17 the Food and Drug Administration is expected to take the radical step of revoking approval for an advanced drug in the treatment of one of the country’s most deadly diseases. Avastin, an advanced treatment for late-stage breast cancer, made it through the FDA approval process back in ...
Commentary

FDA’s Decision On Avastin Will Set the Standard

Later this month, the Food and Drug Administration will issue a ruling that will be a major test of the credibility of promises the Obama administration has made about the future of Medicare under health reform. At a Senate Finance Committee hearing in November, the new chief of Medicare and ...
Business & Economics

Going Down Swinging in 2010

Here at the Contrarian we would be lax in our duties if we ignored the sporting world. Our readers will recall that we took notice of Billy-Jean King, still crowing about her 1973 win over Bobby Riggs, a washed-up player old enough to be her father. We also noted that ...
Commentary

Reform Fails To Fix Uninsured Problem

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just announced that 59.1 million Americans went without health insurance for at least part of this year — an all-time high. The CDC estimate comes on the heels of a report from the Census Bureau that arrived at a similar conclusion. Supporters of ...
Commentary

to US legislators- vote for the patient empowerment act

Watch on youtube
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