Medical professionals across the US are using a hashtag to discuss medical care and health care policy.
The hashtag #medicalcaremedical was created by @ladyboom and she tweeted out the tweet with a photo of her daughter.
The tweet was quickly retweeted thousands of times, with the hashtag being used by doctors, nurses, and doctors themselves to share their opinions on issues such as health care and healthcare policy.
Dr Laura Smith, who has treated several people with the virus, said she was excited to see how the hashtag would grow.
“I’m excited to say I’ve never seen anything like this,” Dr Smith said.
“This is a really interesting hashtag.
We’re seeing a really powerful discussion about healthcare.”
Dr Smith said she and her colleagues have noticed that people using the #medicalCareMedical hashtag are asking more questions about healthcare policy, which she said is something many healthcare professionals had not previously been able to discuss.
“What’s interesting to me is that the #MedicalCaresMedical hashtag has been growing rapidly,” Dr Martin said.”[This is] really, really important to get out there and speak up, especially in a country that has the highest death rate in the world.”
There’s so much stigma associated with having a healthcare condition.
“It’s important to be open about that, and talk about how your condition can benefit you.”
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