Chronic Illness Shouldn’t Mean Chronic Poverty

Chronic Illness Shouldn’t Mean Chronic Poverty
Each day, Emmett Burns, aged 21, counts the number of bandages and medicine left in his supply. A full time college student in Connecticut, Emmett is unable to work due to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). He currently has $3 in his checking account and no savings or emergency fund. With the $850 a month he spends on medical supplies ... read more
Source: PillPackPublished on 2021-02-02By Meghan Beaudry