June 28, 2022
Aryan and Samantha Buck of Arizona lost their lives to 50,000 due to medical debt. They depend on the family for Christmas presents for their three children. But Arian Buck was still surprised when his doctor refused to see him because he had a balance of less than 100 in practice. “That’s not right,” said Noam N. of Buck KHN. Told Levi. “Everyone should be able to go to at least one doctor if they feel sick.”
Levy discussed the plight of the box with Mary Lewis Kelly on June 22 in NPR’s “All Things Considered.”
According to an ongoing KHN and NPR investigation, “Diagnosis: Debt.” Levy discussed the investigation with Martinez in the “Morning Edition” of the NPR on 16 June.
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