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good news, Sara got new lungs! awesome

Old 06-14-2013, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by The Rev View Post
I'm not going to get into the politics of things; just pray for a good out come.
Amen!
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Old 06-28-2013, 01:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Fieldmouse View Post
Let me go back and reread her own words, "Some live and some die". Your answer is yes, she really did.
The lung supply is limited. That's what she's getting at. If someone takes a set of lungs, then another person could possibly be left without a suitable set. In fact, Sarah apparently received poorly suited lungs.

"After announcing the overwhelming joyful news that Sarah’s lung transplant was a success, things quickly spiraled out of control"

"That evening, as we waited for Sarah to be transitioned back to her room, an emergency code blue was announced, and Sarah’s vital signs had begun to fail.”

She had to get a new set. Who's paying for that? The set she received has gone okay so far, but those lungs were high risk, since they were infected with pneumonia. It was her only option after the graft failure.

Now let's go back and examine Obama's own words, "If we can save one child's life, then we should act". Well, he had his chance for action and choose to pass. Yes, Obama didn't give a crap!
You chastise Obama yet you have said before about the Arizona transplant cuts, "That's awesome news! I don't want to pay for that crap". (Even though the patient had worked in their life and had dependents.)

"But Arizona’s transplant specialists are alarmed that patients who were in line to receive transplants one day [for more than a year] were, after the state’s budget cuts to its Medicaid program, ruled ineligible the next — unless they raised the money themselves."

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