El seguro se niega a dar quimioterapia a una enferma terminal y le ofrece pastillas para el suicidio asistido

#23 Es que la compañía no lo sugirió, lo preguntó ella.


“It was a week later I received a letter in the mail saying they were going to deny coverage for the chemotherapy that we were asking for,” Packer said, as quoted by the Washington Times.

Packer called the company, trying to get an explanation, and asked a woman if the company would pay for suicide assistance.

“And she says, ‘Yes, we do provide that to our patients, and you would only have to pay $1.20 for the medication,'”

Pero está claro que vende más un titular que insinúa que compañías de seguros incitan al suicidio de pacientes costosos.