Re: [IP] Fwd: diaTribe petition - don't restrict test strips for people with diabetes!
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That is horrible! It's really discriminatory (the belief that type 2 is
a character problem- dont gorge yourself, lose weight and you wont have
it etc), dangerous and in the end not cost effective for the state. I
signed it and if I was in Oregon believe me I would be at the hearing.
On 12/4/2013 5:43 PM, Signe Myhren wrote:
> IP-ers! We need to sign this! Deadline is Dec. 5, 2013.
> Sent from my iPad
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>> From: diaTribe <email @ redacted>
>> Date: December 4, 2013, 5:23:28 PM EST
>> To: Signe <email @ redacted>
>> Subject: diaTribe petition - don't restrict test strips for people with
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>> research and product news for people with diabetes
>> Dear Readers,
>> Hello from diaTribe, and thank you so much for your support and for joining
> the diaTribe, family. We have an urgent request for you - tomorrow, Oregon
> drastically reduce test strip access for people with diabetes and it's up to
> us to stop them. Oregon's Health Evidence Review Commission (HERC) has
> recommended to reduce access to test strips for people with type 2 diabetes
> the Medicaid-funded Oregon Health Plan. The new plan would give patients
> an A1c of 8.0% one test strip per week, while those with an A1c below 8.0%
> would have no test strips at all. This jeopardizes the health of people with
> diabetes in Oregon and sets a dangerous precedent for other states.
>> We've created a petition opposing the new proposal - please click here to
> sign and share this as widely as possible.The vote is on December 5th and
> we're doing everything we can to keep up the pressure. Thank you again for
> your help!
>> Best Wishes,
>> Kelly, Nancy, Adam, and the diaTribe team
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