My friend K lives in Clarksville (one of the areas hit by the flood, tho that has nothing to do w/ this), as does her daughter M, her DH and their 2 little boys. Her youngest son lives in WV I think, and her oldest son (middle child) died in December to leukemia at age 25 (her daughter is 28 I think).
M is a SAHM, she has no insurance and I just found out that neither does her DH (not sure about their sons, hopefully medicaid at least!). M is in the hospital now battling flesh eating disease and on top of that a possible staph infection (she had to have emergency surgery to remove the dead tissue). There is medicine that they can give her to help her heal faster, but they will not give it to her because she isn't insured.
K is about ready to hit the news media over this. Unfortunately I don't think there's anything that can be done about it. I'm saddened that they are having to deal with this, especially after the loss of he
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