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Wayne Parsons

H. R. 1215 – will a lawyer take your medical malpractice case?

  If you listen to the Congressman who just voted for H. R. 1215 you would believe that a large number of medical malpractice trial lawyers are signing up lots of clients every day and filing lawsuits against doctors, and then […]

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Is H. R. 1215 the biggest fraud on the public ever?

To achieve the rank of “biggest fraud” would take some doing from some (not all) politicians who use lies or half-truths knowing that the public won’t check the facts and hoping that the media won’t educate the public about the truth. […]

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What rights will H. R. 1215 eliminate?

If I read public sentiment correctly, people are tired of big government imposing rules and limitations on their rights. Does Washington DC get the message? H. R. 1215 does just the opposite. Here are a few examples: If a defect in […]

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H. R. 1215 promotes unsafe medicine

  The Bill is H. R. 1215 – and Rep. Steve King (R – IA)) gave it the title “Protecting Access to Health Care Act of 2017″. For starters it is interesting to note that at the same time H. […]

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700 deaths per day: medical malpractice third leading cause of death in US

Could it be true that avoidable medical errors by doctors and hospitals are the third leading cause of death in the US? According to a story written by Ariana Eunjung Cha on May 3 for the Washington Post, entitled “Researchers: […]

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Blood Thinners Like Xarelto® (rivaroxaban) Linked To Uncontrollable Bleeding and Blood Clots

Hawai’i Residents routinely hear the commercials on television warning about the dangers of side effects from use of prescription medications. Every prescription drug has some adverse side effect and drug manufacturers usually set up prescription criteria and testing to make […]

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WARNING: 200,000 deaths from medical mistakes each year

Scientific American, one of the country’s most prestigious scientific publications dropped a bombshell in it’s recent article “How Many Die from Medical Mistakes in U.S. Hospitals?” The author, Marshall Allen, drops the bombshell in the first paragraphs: It seems that every […]

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A baby with movement problems could be suffering from cerebral palsy

A baby who suffers from cerebral palsy may have been injured before birth but not be diagnosed with the condition until long after birth. That means that many parents are unaware of their keiki’s problem until long after it occurs, […]

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Patient Safety at Hawaii Hospitals

Any type of surgery can be scary. But would you feel better or worse about your impending surgery if you knew how the hospital ranked in terms of patient safety? For some this very question may…

Wayne Parsons

What is the downside of declining hormone therapy"

In a recent study it has been observed that lower rates of hormone therapy have resulted in doctors decreasing mammograms:

A study published online in the American Cancer Society journal Cancer…