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Healthcare Plan, Patients in Limbo


by Stephanie March

Under the crisp midday sun in the hills of rural West Virginia, the Myers family pile out of their tired, red pick-up truck in the car park of the Cabin Creek Health Centre.

“A couple of them had the flu and this one had an allergic reaction and we can’t figure out what it is exactly,” said Ardith Myers as she gestured to her 15-year-old daughter, Alexis, who held her hand over her face.

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