Angela Janis, a #Madison M.D., stands in protest at the rally Friday. "I'm here on my day off," she said. "That's how important this is to me."#covid19 #coronavirus #protest #rally #Wisconsin #StayAtHomeOrder pic.twitter.com/rW4kSmTceO — The Badger Project (@Badger_Project_) April 24, 2020
More deaths, no benefit from malaria drug in VA virus study #coronavirus #FirstDoNoHarm https://t.co/PwsGKJV811 pic.twitter.com/tc9jmG6hFH — John Adams (@DailyAdams) April 21, 2020
Coronavirus Testing Needs to Triple Before the U.S. Can Reopen, Experts Say https://t.co/UptBCO0N9D #coronavirus #testing pic.twitter.com/2u7M9g7f0u — John Adams (@DailyAdams) April 18, 2020
Want cheaper epi-pen prescriptions in Wisconsin? Too bad; our full time lawmakers (led by Republican majority) are taking the rest of 2020 off.https://t.co/vDvRAqom7R#Wisconsin #wipolitics #wisdems #wisgop #wiunion #LeadRight @SenFitzgerald @RepSteineke @SpeakerVos @Rep89 pic.twitter.com/wfHPiUGn9m — Coffee Bean (@CoffeeBean26) February 17, 2020
Authorities in Wisconsin did not want you to read this story. First a prosecutor sought a gag order after I reached out seeking comment. Then a state agency sent me a cease and desist order warning of potential criminal charges. Proud of @NBCNews for publishing it anyway. https://t.co/Gd2QoK54wS — Mike Hixenbaugh (@Mike_Hixenbaugh) January 27, 2020…
Lets cut to the core and call out those nit-wits who claim that immunizations cause autism for what they are. Simply put, they are no smarter than the flat-earth crowd. But those who thought there was a threat of dropping off the edge of the world could do no harm, whereas those who refuse to fulfill their responsibility to have their child immunized poses a real threat to the rest of our families.
Madison— The State of Wisconsin has provided $750,000 in loans — and nearly $2 million more in tax credits for investors — to benefit a Madison biotech firm using tissue derived from aborted fetuses, practices that are being closely scrutinized by conservative lawmakers and GOP Gov. Scott Walker.
“In Governor Walker’s plan, a new entitlement is created for every single American human being from the time they are born right up until they grow old and become eligible for Medicare. It is frankly shocking that a Republican candidate for President would author a cradle to grave plan like this.
“Governor Walker has taken the bait laid out for him by the President, and has accepted the notion that we need a new federal government entitlement program, and now he is merely quibbling over the details. So here we are again, not standing on free market principles, but rather, establishing ourselves as ‘cheaper Democrats.’
Mr. Walker called his plan “cost neutral,” but he didn’t explain how he would pay $802 billion in increased Medicare spending that would come from repealing the Affordable Care Act. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has also said that repealing the health care law would increase federal budget deficits by $137 billion over the next decade. Mr. Walker’s 6½-page proposal doesn’t address how he would pay for his plan beyond a vow to cut spending on Medicaid, the state-federal health insurance for the poor, and institute a tax on so-called Cadillac health care plans.
“Wisconsin doctors paid fewer malpractice claims per capita last year than their peers in any other state — and physicians are consistently at the bottom nationwide when it comes to paying such claims, according to a Journal Sentinel analysis….” Via No Relief | A Journal Sentinel Watchdog Update – Wisconsin last among states for malpractice claim…
During the interview with conservative radio host Dana Loesch, Walker defended a bill he’d signed in 2013 that required women get the ultrasounds. “The thing about that, the media tried to make that sound like that was a crazy idea,” Walker said. “Most people I talk to, whether they’re pro-life or not, I find people…
Via A nurse said: “We all play a game called Interesting Things I Have Found in Obese People’s Rolls of Fat” @ Althouse.
Dr. Mehmet Oz is a cardiothoracic surgeon and vice chairman of the surgery department at Columbia University’s medical school. Most people know him, sadly, as a huckster and promoter of quack remedies. Other prominent physicians across America, at leading institutions, have had enough of the embarrassment that Oz’s sales pitches are to medicine…. Via The…
An official confirmed that the state Department of Safety and Professional Services is investigating David Houlihan, chief of staff at the troubled Tomah facility. Houlihan had been given the nickname "Candy Man" by some vets for his supposedly easy and widespread distribution of painkillers. He wrote at least some of the prescriptions for a 35-year-old…
Todd Orvedahl was 35 when when he underwent back surgery in 2007, said Orvedahl’s attorney, Victor Harding. The procedure left Orvedahl in greater pain that persists today, Harding said. It was so bad that Orvedahl, who had risen from an estimator at F. J. A. Christiansen Roofing to president of the company, had to leave…
Via UW Hospital top in state, U.S. News says @ Madison.com.
Via Researchers at UW lab create close copy of pandemic virus @ JSOnline.
Via “Between 1991 and 2012, the political alignment of US physicians shifted from predominantly Republican toward the Democrats” @ Althouse.
Via Trials of spinal surgery option Infuse were too little, too late @ JS Watchdog Blog.