Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Dialysis Patients, We Need Your Voices To Be Heard In Washington, DC

Attention Dialysis Patients who are Serious Patient Advocates and Serious Activists for better treatment and more support for research and development of cures.

Washington is finally listening and paying attention to the pain, suffering and lack of a voice for dialysis patients.

However,those of us who are serious about not living the rest of our lives with another person's organ inside of our bodies or those of us who do not want to have to be hooked up to a machine to live until the day we die should stop suffering in silence and become active in participating in their own health, safety, comfort and life. And last and certainly not least, we must stop the suppression of potential cures for the purpose of protecting industry profits instead of protecting people

The Technological Medical Advancements necessary to move towards curing End Stage Renal Failure are already a reality.

The only thing that is stopping these potential cures from moving from the Lab Trials Stage to the Human Trials Stage is Greed, Politics and the lack of desire for people working in the Dialysis Industry to earn a living by doing something else.

I've said it hundreds of times before: If we don't care about ourselves, why in the hell should those who are not suffering or who are profiting give a damn about our pain and suffering as End Stage Renal Failure Patients.

So apparently we are beginning to be heard in Washington, DC which is the most important place where all of us who are serious about regaining our lives through a cure should be screaming.

Please contact your Senators and Congressman in support of H.R.4814 - Chronic Kidney Disease Improvement in Research and Treatment Act of 2014 113th Congress (2013-2014) Click here for more details. And then do something!

Speak Up! Speak Out! Speak Loud! Let's make our voices heard while momentum is on our side.

Please don't miss this opportunity to do yourself and thousands of other dialysis patients some good.

How To Contact Your Representatives.

The Great American Dialysis Conspiracy.

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