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Michigan Settles Lawsuit over Hepatitis C Treatment Access

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Michigan has settled a class-action lawsuit over a policy which limits hepatitis C treatment access in its Medicaid program to people only with serious liver damage. This policy unduly subjects the enrollees to a second-class standard of health insurance coverage for the sole reason of being poor.  This settlement could affect more than 12,000 Michigan residents who have Hep C.


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