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Man Dropped from State Health Insurance in Arizona In the Middle of His Cancer Treatment As His Wife Found A Job by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 05 Oct 2012 2:24am This is a sad story and the man’s wife was at home taking care of him and when he was stable she was able to go back out and get a job and the thanks for that, no more cancer treatments.  The article says she’s earning $13.50 an hour so we are not talking a job with huge income.  They have five kids.  Now what incentive is this?  So now becaus ... Read on »
Arizona Legistlature Pushing Through Damaging Bills and Laws Regarding Egg Donation by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 12:00am RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association strongly opposes two bills coming up for a vote in a matter of days in the Arizona state legislature: SB 1306 / HB 2651 (both bills referred to hereinafter together as “SB 1306”). These proposed laws would impose new and unprecedented restrictions on donor egg treatment for infertility. Donor egg ... Read on »
Arizona Legistlature Pushing Through Damaging Bills and Laws Regarding Egg Donation by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 1:09pm RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association strongly opposes two bills coming up for a vote in a matter of days in the Arizona state legislature: SB 1306 / HB 2651 (both bills referred to hereinafter together as “SB 1306”). These proposed laws would impose new and unprecedented restrictions on donor egg treatment for infertility. Donor egg I ... Read on »
Arizona Pain Specialists First US Pain Clinic To Begin Stem Cell Clinical Trials To Regenerate Deteriorating Discs To Reverse Da by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 29 Oct 2011 3:27am Back in June of this year the FDA approved the trial to treat chronic lower back pain with stem cells.  Mesoblast is sponsoring the trial and the company is located in Australia.   Mesoblast in September was given European approval for another clinical trial for treating major heart attack victims. The team at Arizona Pain S ... Read on »
Hey Arizona? Please Don’t Control My Reproductive Options, Thanks. by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 17 Feb 2010 12:00am Today I am worried – I am worried about those who for various reasons have turned to creating or adding to their family via egg donation and now might have that option threatened --especially if they live in Arizona. The Arizona legislature is attempting to push through two bills that are coming up in the Arizona legislature for a vote - SB 1 ... Read on »
Hey Arizona? Please Don’t Control My Reproductive Options, Thanks. by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 17 Feb 2010 9:54pm Today I am worried – I am worried about those who for various reasons have turned to creating or adding to their family via egg donation and now might have that option threatened --especially if they live in Arizona. The Arizona legislature is attempting to push through two bills that are coming up in the Arizona legislature for a vote - SB 13 ... Read on »
Arizona State University Gets a Big Boost with Biopharmaceutical Clinical Trials–Partnering With Quintiles To Bring More P by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 19 Sep 2010 12:30pm Today we get to recognize and look at some other good things going in the State of Arizona beside the web chatter about their governor, something that can make a difference and save lives.  One of the dream teams from Stand up to Cancer is located in Phoenix, TGEN who are working on and studying pancreatic cancer, which is big target as it is ... Read on »
Cuts to Arizona Medicaid Hits Patients Waiting for Transplants–7 Are Now Ineligible-One Man Received a Gift Donation by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Oct 2010 12:44pm Due to cuts in the Arizona Medicaid budget, 7 patients will have to find alternative treatments as there is nothing in the budget to fund the procedures, sad!  Philanthropy and other efforts came to the rescue of one man, but there are 6 more on the list.  In this case we are talking bone marrow transplants and the reality of ethics and care i ... Read on »
Arizona Shooting: What Does this Mean Regarding Mental Illness? What Should Society Learn? by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 11 Jan 2011 12:00am Since this shooting that occurred this past Saturday happened, our media has been spreading non-stop messages about whether or not the shooter is mentally ill, and in many cases people in articles I've read have been referring to him as a "lunatic", "crazed", "demented", "deranged", and the like, as well as saying things about his personality, h ... Read on »