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Thet Asking members of Congress patient-oriented reform of the Medicare benefit home oxygen therapy.

Through meetings with MPs and their staff, we want to educate them about home oxygen therapy, to explain why there should be no additional cuts to the Medicare home oxygen benefit and they have to ask comprehensive benefit reform to help. In recent years, the utility has several times already, including lowering a cut of more than 25 % only in 2009.. Oxygen, thet Asking members of Congress patient-oriented reform of the Medicare benefit home oxygen therapy, patients and family members with the National Emphysema / COPD Association , a national advocacy organization, the patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other lung ,, on Capitol Hill this week.

Across the United States more than 12 million Americans with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other degenerative diseases of the lung have been diagnosed. COPD is currently the fourth leading cause of death in the United States and is on the rise. As a progressive, incurable disease that causes irreversible loss of lung function, COPD can severely limit patients by limiting their activities of daily living. Home oxygen therapy is one of the few effective therapies for these patients, when they are used properly.According to a new UN report, for the first six few months of 2009 there was ‘nearby 7,000 victim of sexual violence in DR Congo, a figure that ”is not included, to female who do not live to her stories of abuse to talk to tell, or those who are ashamed of for to be illness, or to come too frightened to front ‘Hartmann continued,’been in some cases women and girls, from within, Sens from suffer trauma gynaecologic fistulas, ‘meaning in that the ‘ripped cloth between the vagina and the bladder and / or rectum, causing them to live inter alia to in a perpetual state of muck from its own feces and urine.

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