The Under-Insured: 'Health-Care Crisis Hits Home' When Karen Tumulty's brother Patrick was diagnosed with kidney disease, the Time magazine correspondent thought her 15 years of experience covering health policy would enable her to solve his insurance problems. It was tougher than she thought.
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The Under-Insured: 'Health-Care Crisis Hits Home'

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The Under-Insured: 'Health-Care Crisis Hits Home'

The Under-Insured: 'Health-Care Crisis Hits Home'

The Under-Insured: 'Health-Care Crisis Hits Home'

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