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Don't Punish Pain group  http://dontpunishpainrally.com/  is protesting the limitations being placed on people who suffer from chronic pain -- making it harder for them to get their medications. Rallies will be held nationwide on September 18th. 

Please also contact your Congressmen and Senators to inform them that their approach is interfering with physician and patient relationships, is wrong-headed, is hurting the patients, and is making physicians afraid to do their job! 


Liz Isner of the Facebook Group "Murdered by Hospice" needs everyone's help in getting as many hospice horror stories to her as quickly as possible.  She is emailing a report to Senators in order to oppose this Senate Bill 693/HR 1676

See:  https://docs.house.gov/billsthisweek/20180723/HR1676-1.pdf which is now in the Senate. 

Send your stories of hospice killings to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.so Liz can present these to the Congress.


Nancy Valko, RN explains why we need you need to call your Senators and Congressmen to oppose this intentionally poorly written bill!   Read her take:


Beware the New "Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act" (Senate Bill 693/House Bill 1676)

By Nancy Valko, RN September 1, 2018 Nancyvalko.com



Ron Panzer wrote:  Many of you ask, "What can I do to help?" "What can I do to stop the medical killing in hospice and elsewhere?"  Well, there is a Bill being proposed in Congress that may legalize stealth euthanasia by using vague language in a Bill that is supposed to promote "palliative care" and "hospice care."  Well, what exactly is "hospice" or "palliative care?"  Is it the original pro-life mission of hospice? Is "palliative care" really practiced in line with the clinical standards of care?  Sadly, in many cases, it absolutely is not!