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"...In the battle against their son Micah's leukemia, the Chase family faced an unexpected foe in addition to the disease itself: their insurer's refusal to pay for the bone marrow transplant that offered Micah his best chance at recovery. Eagle Feathers and Angel Wings: Micah's Story is a loving tribute to a life cut tragically short, but its revelations about the difficulties ordinary Americans face in accessing critical medical treatments are deeply unsettling." President Bill Clinton.
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Truly a must read
Eagle Feathers and Angel Wings: Micah's Story is a wonderfully written account of one families journey through a tragic and most likely preventable event. In this book author Shelley Muniz chronicles her son Micah's battle with a rare form of leukemia, a disease that would ultimately take his life...
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- Health services accessibility -- United States.
- Medical care.
- Health care reform -- United States.
- Leukemia in children.
- Children -- Death.
- Mothers and sons -- United States.
- Loss (Psychology)
- Health care reform.
- Health services accessibility.
- Mothers and sons.
- United States.