Tag Archives: Doctornaut Act

Time to re-introduce and debate The Doctornaut Act in Congress

In previous posts I wrote about the unrecognized disastrous health policies that prevent the discovery of medical advances, including cures. Just ask yourself when the last cure was. As a result, millions of patients suffer when they shouldn’t, and die before they should. One critical reason for the absence of cures is due to the extreme […]

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Two Wall Street Journal Articles Make a Compelling Argument for the Doctornaut Act

In the April 16, 2012 Wall Street Journal, one article dealt with an ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) patient having problems having access to a new potential therapy which is being clinically studied in a specific ALS population therapy. The patient is too far advanced to qualify as a volunteer for the study. Even if the […]

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Clinical Research in the News: April 17, 2012

Over the upcoming weeks and months, one of our goals is to help our readers understand the benefits of clinical research and why it’s essential to finding cures to diseases, and the current legal and regulatory climate that makes it difficult for scientists and doctors to perform this research. Clinical research is always complex and […]

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Doctornauts or Physician Volunteers for Cures

The ideal purpose of our national health policy should be to accelerate the discovery of medical breakthroughs that will cure or much better treat diseases which would a) reduce patient suffering and premature death and b) dramatically and quickly reduce health care costs. One way to do this is to enact the Doctornaut Act which […]

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Why the Decrapitation Society? It has to do with Strength.

I am a first born Italian American who first saw the  light of life during the Great Depression and have had the privilege of observing patterns of social change over four generations. America has undergone steamrolling, radical changes so much so that it is steadily weakening with no end in sight. Why is this so? […]

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