“…working for the common good is a wonderful way to live – a wonderful way to spend a lifetime.” – Marilyn Clement, June 7, 2003 Marilyn wrote a number of articles on healthcare for the site. You can read them all here. Marilyn Clement, founder and National Coordinator of Healthcare-NOW!, passed away on Monday, August…

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The terrible news? “In the Long Drive to Cure Cancer, Advances Have Been Elusive” This is a front page story on Friday, April 24th from a New York Times front page last week. The article went on to outline the discouraging research: “As other death rates fall, cancer’s scarcely moves.” Unfortunately for me, it was…

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There are two kinds of healthcare reform being promoted nationwide as the Obama Administration talks about providing healthcare for everybody in the United States. One kind continues to support corporate medicine urging everybody who can to continue paying premium prices and purchasing health insurance policies so that healthcare continues to be provided by insurance companies…

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By the depth and amount of your response to our website, the National Strategy Conference, and the various videos and other resources offered from Healthcare-NOW, it is clear that we are growing in numbers and in commitment to a national, single-payer healthcare system in this country. In addition, president-elect Barack Obama continues to commit to…

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Thanks to all of you for your kind words, re: my column/letter to the troops….the healthcare for everyone, single-payer troops who are now scattered by the millions across this land. Here goes another one, a column to explain how easy it will be for us to get great healthcare for all of us. Finally, after…

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Here I am, Marilyn Clement – sick as a dog!  I helped found Healthcare-NOW some four years ago when we held a national conference with people from all over the country.  Now, despite adversity of the worst kind, I am still here, but dependent on you to push forward this great movement that we have…

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