San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper September 30, 2020 By Jeremiah Jeffries
Note: Excerpt taken from larger article. Prop 23: NO. Superficial regulation of dialysis clinics. A misguided attempt to regulate dialysis clinics that would have unintended consequences and does not provide any
El Popular News September 28, 2020 By El Popular News Editorial Board
Proposition 23, which talks about new requirements that dialysis clinics, is actually a terrible idea that can harm chronic kidney disease patients who already suffer enough to create uncertainty around
For many civil society organizations for the rights of patients and healthcare professionals, Proposition 23 endangers the lives of those on dialysis, decreases access to doctors and increases medical costs
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, DeWayne Cox, 57, visits the DaVita Valley Dialysis clinic in Van Nuys, California, where he has excess minerals, such as potassium and phosphorous, extracted from his
SACRAMENTO – Because veterans are three times more likely to have end-stage renal disease (ESRD) than the general population, veterans groups across the state, such as American Legion, Department of
According to the suit, misleading ballot label and title and summary “falsely suggest that state law currently does not require any medical professional to be on-site during dialysis treatments” and serves as a prejudicial argument in favor of Prop 23.