Monthly Archives: December 2012

Patient POV’s Most Popular and Important Posts in 2012

Tweet Here they are: the most popular and important posts on Patient POV this year: The Top 10 Reasons Why Warren Buffett’s to Treat Prostate Cancer Bugs Me This post got me on the radio for the very first time … Continue reading

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Healthcare System Fail: Let’s Get Serious About Disparities

Tweet AKA The Billie Holiday Blues on Christmas: A Friend Gets Tertiary Level Care at a Low-Quality Hospital It’s the day before Christmas and I’ve been involved in a medical crisis that nobody ever wants to face. Someone I know, … Continue reading

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End-of-Year Donations Help World’s Poor Get Basic Health

Tweet Patient POV tends to take up issues concerning American healthcare policy and patients in the United States. But we’ve just had a national election and the American public clearly rejected steps backward in healthcare. Considering that this is the … Continue reading

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