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    Heartless Wench Alice Chalmers's Avatar
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    I am so glad.

    Yeah, it's amazing how many obviously disabled people get denied to disability and subsequent health coverage. It's sickening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TapToTalk View Post
    I'm not sure I understand. Who is saying it's elective? Who's denying disability? Confused.
    The transplant is considered elective, as it's not an emergently life saving procedure. The government denied his disability.

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    I'm glad your friend is going to get the treatment he needs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RN_mom View Post
    The transplant is considered elective, as it's not an emergently life saving procedure.
    I guess I just can't get that through my skull how it's considered elective and not life saving. Regardless, glad he's getting what he needs.

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