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This story was originally published by ProPublica. In North Carolina, lawmakers outraged that breast cancer patients were being denied reconstructive surgeries passed a measure forcing health insurers to pay for them. In Arizona, legislators intervened to protect patients with diabetes,...
This story was originally published by ProPublica. Forrest VanPatten was 50 and strong after years as a molten-iron pourer when he learned in July 2019 that a hyperaggressive form of lymphoma had invaded his body. Chemotherapy failed. Because he was not in remission, a stem cell...
A 37-year-old mother of two walked into a San Diego AirSculpt (AIRS) office last October for abdominoplasty and gluteoplasty with liposuction. The woman had been sold on the promise of AirSculpt—advertised as a noninvasive alternative to traditional liposuction that claims to deliver...
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