Free Webinar: The Case for Universal Healthcare

By Leslie Riddle, Program Officer

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Diljeet Singh, MD

With the country’s healthcare system under attack, it’s an issue we’re all concerned about. There’s constant news about the ongoing efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), dispute about how to maintain protections for people with pre-existing conditions, and lots of opinions about how to achieve universal healthcare. Are you looking to make sense of it all? Are you wondering how people, including women at risk of and living with breast cancer, will actually be affected by changes to healthcare policy?

Sign up for our upcoming free webinar that addresses these questions and more with Diljeet Singh, MD, DrPH, gynecologic oncologist with the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group and national board member of Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP), and Wendi Dennis, BCAction member and blogger at the Cancer Curmudgeon.

Join us Wednesday, May 31, 3pm PDT/6pm EDT for a webinar about the opportunities and challenges of healthcare reform. Register today! We’ll save lots of time for Q&A, so bring your questions!

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As a member of the PNPH speakers’ bureau, Dr. Singh has presented widely on U.S. healthcare trends and policies, including HR 676, the Expanded & Improved Medicare for All Act. Wendi Dennis has written extensively about her experiences as a breast cancer patient, including navigating a broken healthcare system and the importance of accessible and affordable health care.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the real effects of healthcare policies on patients’ lives and the possibilities for universal health care in the U.S.

Register for Wednesday, May 31 at 3pm PDT/6pm EDT

Can’t make it that day? No worries, register anyway and you’ll automatically receive a recording of the webinar so you can tune in whenever is convenient for you.

P.S. You can also check out our vision for universal healthcare.

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