18,000 Americans die every year simply because they lack health insurance, that number is just an abstract statistic. Access to health care as a moral issue, bridging the conventional partisan political divide. And, these stories graphically illustrate the enormous cost in dollars and human suffering that we pay when the public foots the bill for catastrophic illnesses that could be inexpensively prevented with access to routine primary care. This film shows real people and the tragic circumstances they face without health insurance.
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Produced & directed by Roger Weisberg, Public Policy Productions