Wisconsin lawmakers seek to improve patient outcomes with change to insurance policy

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The Cap Times —

“Had I not received this medication, I would have more than likely become disabled. I would have needed disability, a home nurse, and I would have to rely on government benefits to make ends meet in my household,” Espinosa, who is married with two children, said. “Now, with the medication I needed, I am able to work full time paying into taxes, giving back to the community, and being a productive member of society. When you consider the cost versus the gain, I think that I am worth it, and I think that everyone else in our communities is worth it as well.”

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