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HCA Announces National 2008 Frist Humanitarian Award Recipients

NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- HCA today announced the recipients of the 2008 Frist Humanitarian Award. Michael J. Wawrzewski III, a Physician Assistant at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas, Lynn Poe, a volunteer at Coliseum Northside Hospital in Macon, Ga., and Laurence Lesse...

Bipartisan Policy Center Founding Board Members Daschle and Dole Appear on Capitol Hill

... work in this area. Senator Daschle recently worked on another bipartisan effort with another former Senate Majority Leader -- Senator Bill frist -- on the ONE Vote 08 campaign addressing health and poverty in developing countries. As most of you know, Senator Daschle has spent a good par...

Joseph H. Kanter Family Foundation and eHealth Initiative Foundation Launch Partnership to Conduct Research on Health Outcomes, Comparative Effectiveness

...n of the Joseph H. Kanter Family Foundation. "This Partnership represents the culmination of what was started when former Senate Majority Leaders Bill frist (R-TN) and George Mitchell (D-ME) joined me at the Newsmaker Breakfast at the National Press Club in a bipartisan call for a system that will help pat...

L.A. City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo, Patient Activists to Unveil New Television Ad Targeting Health Insurers

...ica's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), the insurance industry lobbying group dedicated to blocking healthcare reform; former Senate Majority Leader Bill frist (R-TN) and former Chair of the Democratic National Committee Terry McAuliffe are featured guests of the insurers. Patients and their families victimiz...

Nurses, Doctors, Patients to Protest Health Insurers at National Day of Action - June 19th

...ica's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), the insurance industry lobbying group dedicated to blocking healthcare reform; former Senate Majority Leader Bill frist (R-TN) and former Chair of the Democratic National Committee Terry McAuliffe are featured guests of the insurers. Patients and their families victimiz...

Former Senate Majority Leader, Princeton Economist Joust on Future of Health Care

...E: MHS ) National Drug Trend Symposium held here, frist told attendees, "If we don't do something about th...ediction" for a home run in the 1932 World Series, frist suggested the presidential candidates also now tak...where are they pointing to?" "Elections matter," frist said, adding that, "Legislating is a complicated p...
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Senator Frist and Convention Delegates Support AIDS-Affected People Around the World, Raise Funds for Gustav Evacuees

Delegates Join World Vision, ONE to Build Hope and Give Help MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Delegates to the Republican Party Convention are sending a message to the most vulnerable communities around the world including evacuees in the Gulf Coast region and those suffer...
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Doyle praises Frist's new stem cell research position

... research using stem cells from days-old embryos. A two-thirds majority in the Senate is needed to override a presidential veto. "I am pleased Sen. frist has joined Republicans and Democrats in supporting this life-saving research," Doyle said, saying Frist's comments on the Senate floor in support of s...

A brief timeline of the stem cell debate

...hold on federal funds for stem-cell research. July 18, 2001: Sen. Bill frist (R-TN) and Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), a vocal abortion opponent, call for lim... July 29, 2005: In defiance of President Bush, Senate Majority Leader Bill frist (R-TN) announces his support of legislation to ease federal funding restric...
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