The FWD Proposal provides the means to correct the underlying problems with our health system identified by the President's National Cancer Advisory Board in 1994, Congress's Office of Technical Assessment and leading U.S. medical authorities.
Its implementations can save millions of lives while substantially reducing the cost of our health care system and making affordable health insurance available to all Americans.
The gigantic $11 trillion in savings made possible by the proposal, over the course of a decade, will serve to stimulate the economy, create jobs, increase federal revenues, secure Medicare, balance the bedget and advance efforts to achieve energy independence.
To implement the proposal will required defeating the 70 yeas reign of the pharmaceuticals that, to protect profits, have used the power of money to control the U.S. health care system and our elected representatives, including the office of the President.
To score this victory and return government to the people will required a concerted effort by large numbers of Americans from all walks of life.
F.W. Dent served as a Naval Officer during the Korean conflict, worked in the private sector, is married and retired. He was a close friend of the late Dr. Edmund Klein, a leading researcher in Cancer Immunotherapy.