Today in Connecticut, it often takes years and vast sums of money to get things done, to initiate constructive change and to enjoy the benefits of innovation.
Though Connecticut’s Office of Health Strategy approved a proton therapy center in Wallingford, it’s opposed to one in Danbury. We need both.
Two proton therapy facilities for cancer patients await approval from Connecticut regulators.
This time of year, I think of “babies.”
Throughout this ordeal, there has been a tug-of-war tension between minimizing the health risks and minimizing the economic damage. Each one of us has views that are somewhere on this spectrum.