Posted February 23rd, 2015Rodney Warner, JD
Discussions about advanced directives and planning for end of life care are necessary and may help make decisions easier in the end.
Posted February 5th, 2015Rodney Warner, JD
Working means a lot to us. As important as is working is, living is even more important. Mixing working and cancer treatment can be difficult.
Posted January 20th, 2015Rodney Warner, JD
Medical Professionals Have Known for Over 150 Years Hand Washing Saves Patients’ Lives: Why are Unwashed Hands Still Killing Thousands of American Hospital Patients Every Year?
Posted January 6th, 2015Rodney Warner, JD
One of the keys to getting through cancer treatment is the ability to suffer. But maybe the necessity to suffer should be something in past.
Posted December 8th, 2014Rodney Warner, JD
It’s hard to give bad news to people, especially the kind of bad news that doctors need to deliver to their patients all too often.
Posted September 3rd, 2014Rodney Warner, JD
Cancer kills about 1,500 Americans each day and about 1.6 million Americans are diagnosed with the disease each year.
Posted August 5th, 2014Rodney Warner, JD
If we’re not willing to listen to ourselves, who are we afraid of? Do we not like who we’ve become? Do we feel incapable of changing what needs to change?
Posted August 1st, 2014Rodney Warner, JD
When I first learned about electronic medical records I feared hackers could break through. Maybe I should fear my medical providers snooping around my financial records for fun and profit.
Posted July 8th, 2014Rodney Warner, JD
It will probably come as no surprise that the U.S. health care system is the most expensive, least effective system of eleven developed nations in a recent news study.
Posted June 23rd, 2014Rodney Warner, JD
Fear of recurrence after 11-year anniversary of being in remission.