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June 15, 2009

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Susan Belski

A BIG THUMBS DOWN TO O'BAMA'S PLAN TO COMPROMISE THE RIGHTS OF THE IATROGENICALLY INJURED AND DISABLED!

I have been the victim of several very serious medical malpractice injuries. My doctor's and their colleagues have repetitively TAKEN EVERY MEASURE to conceal their negligence and misconduct. After consulting with an attorney that specializes in medical malpractice, I learned that COVER-UP IS THE NORM! This highly regarded medical malpractice attorney specifically told me that 97 percent of all serious medical malpractice events are not litigated due to medical malpractice cover-up (thru false/misleading medical records, etc. etc.).

Victims of medical malpractice often lead very marginalized lives. It is truly sad that Mr. Obama is in the process of making their lot far worse.

Jose Santos

IF this Administration is going to move to protect doctors in any fashion regarding their potential wrongful conduct (and thereby diminish the rights of their patient-victims) it should in the same vein move to more seriously punish that small percentage of doctors who engage in the improper cover-up of their wrongful conduct thereby re-victimizing their patient(s) and their families.

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