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    breast cancer hospitalization petition:

    i received this in my email yesterday...please read and sign (and copy and forward, if u're inclined)...ty! [img]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "her"
    To: "me"
    Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2004 3:38 PM
    Subject: FW: Breast Cancer hospitalization petition

    Subject: Breast Cancer Hospitalization Bill
    Breast Cancer Hospitalization Bill - important legislation for all women.

    Please forward this to everyone in your address book. If there was ever a time when our voices and choices should be heard, this is one of those times. If you are receiving this it's because I think you will take the 30 seconds to go and vote on this issue...and send it on to others you know who will do the same.

    There's a bill called the Breast Cancer Patient Protection Act which will require insurance companies to cover a minimum 48-hour hospital stay for patients undergoing a mastectomy. It's about eliminating the "drive-through mastectomy" where women are forced to go home hours after surgery against the wishes of their doctor; still groggy from anesthesia.

    Lifetime Television has put this bill on their web page with a petition drive to show your support. Last year over half the House signed on.

    PLEASE!!!! Sign the petition by clicking on the web site below and help women living with breast cancer get the care they need and deserve!!

    There is no cost or monetary pledge involved. You need not give more than your name and zip code number.

    This takes about 2 seconds.

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