Founder and Chairman, Survivors for Solutions
Thursday, February 8th
12:30 p.m. CT
Join the RNLA Illinois Chapter as John Czwartacki discusses how the Inflation Reduction Act destroys medical discovery, patient hope, and removes America from the cutting edge of breakthrough medicine.
John "CZ" Czwartacki brings over three decades of GOP and Republican government experience. CZ, as he is known to friends and colleagues, held key roles in both the executive and legislative branches, serving as FEMA’s Public Affairs Director in the George W. Bush Administration and Communications Director for the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under President Trump. His extensive career also includes positions such as Chief Communications Officer for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and Press Secretary for Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott and Congressman John Boehner.
CZ was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) early on in his career, but thanks to medical innovation keeping pace with his disease, he was able to access several cutting-edge treatments that gave him back his life. With gratitude for this innovation, CZ founded his patient advocacy group, Survivors for Solutions, which seeks to protect the medical innovation that he and other patients rely on. He now heads up the group’s efforts to protect efforts to develop breakthrough cures and treatments from federal and state legislative policies that risk these scientific investments.
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