Join doctors, patients, advocates and others in the fight to preserve the doctor-patient relationship.
The Doctor-Patient Rights Project (DPRP) is a non-profit coalition of doctors, patients, caregivers, companies and advocates fighting to restore the fundamental practice of medicine and to ensure doctors, in partnership with their patients, drive patient care decisions.
The Project was founded in response to growing levels of third-party interference into the practice of medicine and the appropriate treatment of patients.
Before I was diagnosed with lung cancer, health insurance was not something I ever worried about.
This all changed in 2015 when I learned I had lung cancer. Upon my diagnosis, I had one mission: to fight this cancer with everything I had. Little did I know, not only would I be waging a war on cancer, I would be battling my insurance company in order to save my own life.