Don’t Forget About Andrea!
October 22, 2009
Andrea from Modesto, California is one of millions of Latinos who need access to affordable health care. Here is her story:
We are an average American family and do not qualify for assistance, but we may still not be able to keep up with the rising cost of health care. My story is why everyone should have quality, affordable health insurance."
Andrea is a prime example of how the obstacles within our health care system prevent hardworking people from staying healthy. As a self-employed individual, Andrea struggles to get the care she needs to manage her diabetes. Her health insurance is expensive and the cost of paying for her policy has put a financial strain on her family. Who knows if she will have the resources to pay for insurance tomorrow? The unaffordable cost of insurance should not stand between Andrea and her doctor.
Will health care reform leave Andrea behind?