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I checked to see if this story is real. It is. As I read more of the backstory, the sadder it got and the angrier I became.
Shane was a Type 1 diabetic. He didn't have employer-provided insurance but had an arrangement with a clinic to get the supplies he needed at an affordable price.
When he moved to another city to take care of his dying mother, he no longer had the relationship with the clinic.
Shane's mother died. Shane died four days later from diabetic ketoacidosis, a complication of his diabetes.
Shane's story is not isolated. In fact checking, I read more and more stories that were heartbreaking about people who died unnecessary deaths.
How many more people will die? The usual addendum to that question is "before we do something?" I can't venture a guess on "how many" because it is becoming increasingly clear that we are going to do nothing. ball gown style items with train to wear of the wedding
RIP Shane Patrick Boyle.