Results for Paul Harmatz

Add to feed Create your own feed

Latest

The sacrifice of patients such as Maria Isabel Bueso Barrera help provide families with hope. They deserve our heartfelt gratitude, not a deportation notice, writes Paul Harmatz

"You would think a grateful country might reward Bueso for the role she has played in advancing this medical treatment by allowing her to stay in the US and continuing to receive the treatment she helped prove effective."--Paul Harmatz@PostOpinions 

The sacrifice of patients such as Maria Isabel Bueso Barrera help provide families with hope. They deserve our heartfelt gratitude, not a deportation notice, writes Paul Harmatz

Immigrants help us find treatments for rare diseases. We owe them for that, writes Dr. Paul Harmatz

Isabel Bueso told Congress that if the Trump administration takes away the medical deferred action program, she will die from a rare genetic disease. Isabel's doctor, Paul Harmatz, discusses Isabel's treatment and how she is fighting for her life.

tweet picture

"The sacrifice of patients such as Isabel Bueso" provide hope to other children with #RareDiseases , UCSF's Dr. Paul Harmatz says in a @washingtonpost  opinion piece. "These families deserve our heartfelt gratitude, not a deportation notice." #SaveIsabel 

The Trump administration has taken away medical deferments for immigrants with life threatening conditions. Dr. Paul Harmatz explains to Lawrence what he would tell President Trump about his patient, Marie Isabel Bueso.

tweet picture

Dr. Paul Harmatz, who led the clinical trial for the treatment that keeps Guatemala-born Isabel Bueso alive, tells @maddow  that Bueso will die if the Trump administration deports her. That treatment wouldn't exist without her help.

Dr. Paul Harmatz, who led the clinical trial for the treatment that keeps Guatemala-born Isabel Bueso alive, tells @maddow  that Bueso will die if the Trump administration deports her. That treatment wouldn't exist without her help.

Without the weekly treatment replenishing the missing enzyme, Bueso would die in six to 12 months, said Dr. Paul Harmatz, a UCSF pediatrician and Bueso's physician since she was a child. "It would be literally pulling the plug on a respirator,” he said.

Loading
Loading

Most relevant

Dr. Paul Harmatz, who led the clinical trial for the treatment that keeps Guatemala-born Isabel Bueso alive, tells @maddow  she will die if the Trump administration deports her. That treatment wouldn't exist without her help.

Dr. Paul Harmatz, who led the clinical trial for the treatment that keeps Guatemala-born Isabel Bueso alive, tells @maddow  she will die if the Trump administration deports her. That treatment wouldn't exist without her help.

Without weekly treatment, Bueso would die in six to 12 months, said Dr. Paul Harmatz, a UCSF pediatrician and Bueso's physician since she was a child. "It would be literally pulling the plug on a respirator,” he said.

Dr. Paul Harmatz, who led the clinical trial for the treatment that keeps Guatemala-born Isabel Bueso alive, tells @maddow  she will die if the Trump administration deports her. That treatment wouldn't exist without her help.

Loading
Loading