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Health care Reform Must Put Patients First Because Medical Errors Happen All Too Often

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There has been a lot of emphasis during the health care reform debate on medical malpractice reform. But this report by CNN‘s Heidi Collins demonstrates just how frequently egregious medical errors occur.

There are also other stories about the effects of medical errors at www.98000reasons.org. Take for instance the story of Blake Fought:

The 98000 Reasons website has six other stories of families harmed by medical errors. The fact is that medical errors happen. And people are injured and have their lives turned upside down by these errors. Limiting the rights of these victims to be compensated for the errors of others would serve to only put the cost of these mistakes on the shoulders of those who are injured through no fault of there own.

In short, it would be a travesty of justice to limit patient rights to protect the profits of insurance companies. Health care reform must put patients first, not insurance companies. Please visit 98000 Reasons, listen to the stories, and contact your Senators and ask them to vote against any limitations on patient rights.

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  1. Mike Bryant says:
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    This story needs to keep getting out. People need to hear from those that have really been affected.