Approximately 80,000 Californians with kidney failure rely on dialysis to stay alive. Proposition 23 would put dialysis patients’ lives at risk and hurt all Californians by making us wait longer to see our doctors and increasing health care costs by hundreds of millions annually.
This proposition would take thousands of practicing doctors away from their current patients and push them into non-caregiving, bureaucratic roles at dialysis clinics — making it harder for all of us to get appointments with our doctors and treatment at our hospitals.
This proposition could force hundreds of dialysis clinics to cut back services or shut down completely - making it more difficult for dialysis patients to access their life-saving treatments and putting their lives at risk. Missing even a single treatment increases a patient’s risk of death by 30%.
Share on Facebook, Twitter & Linkedin
Once you open this in Facebook or Linkedin please share with your followers a message that supports #NoProp23