Woman Shares The Personal Horror Story That She Experienced With The US Healthcare System, And It’s Infuriating

Woman Shares The Personal Horror Story That She Experienced With The US Healthcare System, And It’s Infuriating

The American healthcare system has been refusing to leave the top of the headlines recently. But not for good reasons. Just think about it—the woman who was mauled by a bear said that the worst part of the horrific ordeal was dealing with health insurance providers. What about the time when someone shared an invoice of $39.35 for holding her own baby right after he was born? There have been one too many failed American healthcare stories that make our blood boil, but unfortunately, we seem to be far from the last one.


This time we are covering the horrifying story of Michelle Dubarry, a Portland-based writer, that shows how supposedly the greatest country on Earth failed its citizens at the darkest point of their lives. After Dubarry’s 1-year-old son died after being struck by a careless driver, she “sat at his bedside, his tiny, stitched-together body hooked to a million incessantly beeping machines, straining to recall what our deductibles were.”


Read Dubarry’s heartbreaking Twitter post below that will make you question everything you took for granted in life.


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The woman shared her personal story on Twitter



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After all Dubarry had to endure, she is hopeful for the future



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People around the world were left speechless



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