She Was 43, Had Two Children, and Died Of a Curable Disease

How one founder’s response went from just an idea to a global impact.

Woman’s silhouette by engin akyurt

A 43-year old woman came to see Dr. Arora, a liver specialist at the University of New Mexico. She needed treatment for hepatitis C.

It was 2003. Approximately 30,000 people in New Mexico were estimated to have hepatitis C…

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Anne Emerick

Anne Emerick

Programmer by day. Author by night. As I put on running tights, I imagine I’m a superhero. Creator of Unemploymentville.com. More on me: https://bit.ly/3tITsb1

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