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Pleading your case on medical bills is a sound policy

By Bina Venkataraman
Globe Correspondent / February 18, 2009

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When Nicole Stamas of Hudson, N.H., got slapped with a $1,720 bill in November for an ambulance trip between two hospitals that was not covered by her insurance policy, she could not afford it. She's 22, works full time as an optician at Sam's Club, and hopes to start saving money to go back to school to study interior design. (Full article: 866 words)

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