Tag: hepatitis c

Needle exchange good for public health

Needle exchange good for public health

| November 12, 2015

If I were to walk into a public restroom and find a person prone, unresponsive, with a hypodermic needle in their arm, I would call 911. I hope you would, also. One could call this response, “enabling.” I am protecting a probable drug user from the consequences of their decisions. After all, I trying to […]

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Hepatitis C ‘cure’ costs $1000 a day—$80k total

Hepatitis C ‘cure’ costs $1000 a day—$80k total

| April 13, 2014

Hmmmm. No need for healthcare reform, eh? Once again, here’s evidence that we live in an oligarchy driven world. Freedom, power, even healthcare are available to all—all who have money, that is. This is not to say that corporations shouldn’t make money given what they invest in research but when the cure is reserved only […]

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