Andy Schlafly of AAPS Takes on Autism Treatment–lessons for Lyme
Andy Schlafly of AAPS describes the efforts of AAPS to work with patient groups in health care reform for autism. His comments on how important it it to speak out and for patients and physicians to join together to combat over-zealous medical boards that go after physicians who treat patients is compelling. He points out that the medical board in Texas is in cohoots with insurers behind the scenes and that this has impeded legislative efforts. Take a look at his video. The parallels with Lyme are striking.
Andrew Schlafly, Esq., General Counsel of AAPS, gives an update on the status of legislation to reform the Texas Medical Board. The presentation is from the AAPS evening program, Politics and Your Practice, held June 5, 2009 in Irving, TX