Colin Smith is a cancer patient who sought charity support to pay thousands of dollars for post-transplant medication — and, after receiving that support, had the medication delayed by insurance. “The (drugs) to keep him alive, we cannot get,” said Lavona Husted, his caretaker and friend, as she lined up all the other medications Smith takes.
Colin Smith is a cancer patient who sought charity support to pay thousands of dollars for post-transplant medication — and, after receiving that support, had the medication delayed by insurance. “The (drugs) to keep him alive, we cannot get,” said Lavona Husted, his caretaker and friend, as she lined up all the other medications Smith takes. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Colin Smith is a cancer patient who sought charity support to pay thousands of dollars for post-transplant medication — and, after receiving that support, had the medication delayed by insurance. “The (drugs) to keep him alive, we cannot get,” said Lavona Husted, his caretaker and friend, as she lined up all the other medications Smith takes. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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