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Nothing about us without us

ygolo

My termites win
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It is a saying in the Autism Spectrum Community. However, I feel it can be much more prevalent, generally.

How many places do you see patients in the governance boards, the development teams, the research labs in the advancement of healthcare?

If it worked like the rest of the economy, patients would be the largest constituent. Why does this not happen?

Isn't everyone (including those working in the healthcare system) a patient in some capacity? Why would they not work in the areas that affect them?
 
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