Adam Rabb, a Medicaid patient suffering from hepatitis C, successfully challenged Washington’s attempt to deny him expensive new medication. He and fiance, Liz Farrell, hope the 12-week Harvoni treatment will allow him to resume a normal life.
Adam Rabb, a Medicaid patient suffering from hepatitis C, successfully challenged Washington’s attempt to deny him expensive new medication. He and fiance, Liz Farrell, hope the 12-week Harvoni treatment will allow him to resume a normal life. Sophia Nahli Allison The Seattle Times
Adam Rabb, a Medicaid patient suffering from hepatitis C, successfully challenged Washington’s attempt to deny him expensive new medication. He and fiance, Liz Farrell, hope the 12-week Harvoni treatment will allow him to resume a normal life. Sophia Nahli Allison The Seattle Times

Court paves way for Medicaid patients to get costly hepatitis C treatment

July 11, 2016 12:46 PM

UPDATED July 19, 2016 08:00 AM

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