Congress is moving quickly to pass legislation before the year ends. Hosts Terry and Bob discuss the health care bills that, if passed, could increase patients' access to affordable and transparent care. From telehealth to generic drug access, learn how this legislation would impact you.
And hear from Dan “Dry Dock” Shockley, a Navy veteran living with Attenuated FAP, on his journey from diagnosis to advocacy.
Terry Wilcox, CEO, Patients Rising
Dr. Robert Goldberg, “Dr. Bob,” Co-Founder and Vice President of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
Dan “Dry Dock” Shockley, retired Navy, Operation Desert Storm; Enduring and Iraqi Freedom veteran and 10 year hereditary colon cancer syndrome (AFAP) virtual international live-case presentation
Sporting a $3.5M price tag, CSL and uniQure’s hemophilia B gene therapy crosses FDA’s finish line
Patients Rising Now and 25 Other Patient Groups Send Letter to Hill on Generic Drugs
It’s lame-duck time. Here are Congress’ health priorities
White House seeks more covid funding in lame-duck session
Telehealth policy changes after the COVID-19 public health emergency
What’s Expected to Happen During Democrats’ Lame Duck Session
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