Kuldip Ahluwalia

OPINION: Time for Congress to Look at the Real Drivers of Health Costs

No one should have to put a price tag on their life. In 2014, I was diagnosed with a rare but aggressive form of leukemia called acute myeloid leukemia. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, in people over 60, the survival rate is only 5 to 15 percent, and I am over 60....
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Saying Thanks

As patients we are focused on our immediate needs and ourselves. Though focus is required to function in a world that evolves quickly for us, we do need to take into account the time and dedication of the clinicians, caregivers, nurses and ancillary staff. When life beats us down, our normal tendency is to fight...
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Are you prepared to become the pilot of your own health?

We are all skilled in the art of running operations and managing life. Whether it is running a multinational, a startup, a household, we instinctively know what to do next and where to find resources. Very few of us plan for emergencies especially when it comes to our own health. Though insurance, copays, second opinions...
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