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I’m a doctor and I chose my job based on health insurance

Under the cloak of night, when dirty deeds are often done, the Senate started the small cancer that if left unchecked will grow and metastasize and kill Obamacare. One by one these brave lawmakers, oblivious to what might happen to others without the sterling health insurance that their jobs provide, gutted Obamacare. They even voted … Continue reading

As secretary of HHS Tom Price can redefine preventative care to not include contraception

Since the election I have been asked repeatedly, “So what happens next” when it comes to reproductive rights. Will Roe v. Wade fall? Will abortion become illegal? Will birth control become unaffordable or worse, will the most effective methods (intra uterine devices or IUDs) be falsely reclassified as abortifacients? While those appear to be the … Continue reading

OB/GYNs report a surge in IUD requests due to Trump Terror

I asked several OB/GYNs today if they had seen an increase in requests for IUDs. The answer, “Oh my God, yes.” This confirms what I have also personally seen in the three short days since the election. Some women on the IUD fence just decided to go for it worried it night not be an … Continue reading

Bernie Sanders surrogate Dr. Song sells “false hope” to cancer patients for $150 a test

Bernie Sanders surrogate, Dr. Paul Song, said this at a rally in New York: “Now Secretary Clinton has said that Medicare for all will never happen. Well, I agree with Secretary Clinton that Medicare for all will never happen if we have a president who never aspires for something greater than the status quo. Medicare … Continue reading

Nightly news speaks more to Catholic Church about contraception than OB/GYNs. A lot more.

An interesting poster was presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Congress on Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) – National Network Television News Coverage of Contraception in the Era of the Affordable Care Act (Dr. Elizabeth Patton and colleagues from the University of Michigan). The authors  evaluated the content of the nightly news segments … Continue reading

GOP candidates suggest OTC birth control pills – right idea, wrong reason

Four Republican candidates running for office this November have proposed over the counter (OTC) oral contraceptives as an answer to GOP opposition to contraception coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Apparently Corey Gardner, CO, Ed Gillespie, VA,  Thom Tillis, NC, and Mike McFadden ,MN, now have now seen the light and are invested in … Continue reading

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