[act-ma] 7/18 Wed 6:30: Health Care Crisis in the US - Panel Discussion
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Mon Jul 16 08:16:23 PDT 2007
-> Health care industry profits: $600 Billion
-> Uninsured Americans: 50 Million
-> Unnecessary Deaths: 18,000 people/year
-> Universal Healthcare: priceless
Come to a
Community Panel on the US' Healthcare Crisis
Kristen Brouker, statewide coordinator for the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW)
Nancy Welch, Professor at the University of VT and healthcare writer for Socialist Worker Newspaper and International Socialist Review
6:30 Wednesday July 18th
Nate Smith House
155 Lamartine Street
Jamaica Plain (Near Stonybrook T)
While filmmaker Michael Moore's latest work, "Sicko" is opening up a debate across the country about the healthcare crisis facing America and politicians scramble to hold the Massachusetts healthcare Bill up as "universal" healthcare, the pharmaceutical and insurance companies rake in billions of dollars every year. Boston area doctors, nurses, healthcare workers and activists are joining forces to facilitate a panel discussion about how we can be part of a movement for a national healthcare plan that gives everyone the quality care they deserve as a fundamental human right. Please join the panelists for a lively discussion on the healthcare crisis and the fight for universal healthcare.
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