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Mental Health and the Patient Point of View:
More High-Quality Stories Needed

Tweet I am thrilled that later today, Martha Roberts’ post on her own experience taking medication for mental illness, will run here. I first came across her post through a tweet from Ben Goldacre, author of Bad Pharma. It’s nice … Continue reading

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More High-Quality Stories Needed

No More Struggling to Find Co-Pay Dollars for Contraception!

Tweet Written by Keely Monroe, Raising Women’s Voices This blog was originally posted for the What’s in it for Women? campaign. To learn more about the campaign and the wins women get from the new health law, please visit www.CountDowntoCoverage.org Today … Continue reading

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Looking for a Doctor

Tweet Guest Post by Esther Cohen Many people I know, of every age and proclivity, are looking for a new doctor. Even if they have one already. A good doctor’s not easy to find. We have, many of us, moved … Continue reading

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WordCount Blogathon Opens Door to Unusual Patient Stories

Tweet On May 1, I joined the Word Count Blogathon, and already, I am meeting bloggers who have amazing stories to tell about the healthcare system. Among the stories that I hope to share with you are the following: What … Continue reading

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