Medicare for All: activist dying of ALS testifies via eye movements at hearing

My story is tragic but not unique, Ady Bryant tells lawmakers as he pushes for healthcare overhaul Ady Barkan has lost his ability to speak, but he has not lost his voice. On Tuesday, the 35-year-old lawyer and activist, who is dying of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, testified at a historic Capitol Hill hearing on Medicare for All. Addressing the House rules committee through a computer system that tracks his eye movements and then converts text into speech, Barkan offered his own experience with a terminal illness as a case study for why Congress should dramatically overhaul the nations healthcare system. Every month since my diagnosis, my motor neurons have died out, my muscles have disintegrated, and I have …

People Are Questioning The U.S Healthcare System After This Americans Positive ER Experience In Taiwan Goes Viral

Getting sick really sucks, no matter where you are. However, there are certain places in the world where the bill for emergency care is a killer blow that magnifies your misery 100 fold, so you better make sure your insurance is top notch. Image credits: Image credits: Image credits: His post has been shared over 200k times on Facebook, and has reignited the long-running debate about the criminally inhumane healthcare system in the U.S. Predictably, there were some people who continue to vote against their own interests and live in perpetual fear of the term ‘socialized,’ so Kevin posted an update that clarified a few points and shed light on the way they do things in Taiwan. he wrote, “one …