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Javier R.

It’s hard to imagine a group of Americans more deserving of our protection than the servicemen and women who protect our country.  Javier, an Army Reservist from Florida, is one of them. 

 
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Debbie B.

Debbie graduated with a degree from a major university in Cellular Biology/Physiology. She wanted a career caring for people and decided to further her education so that she could become a surgical technician. Lamson College, a local school in Tempe, Ariz.

 
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Jocelyn D.

No legal rights despite the terrible facts of what happened.

 
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Richard E.

In 2008, a car accident left Richard with a serious cervical spine injury.  Emergency room physicians placed him in a cervical collar but never detected the injury and later ordered it removed.  The result was devastating.  Richard was paralyzed.

 
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Adele C.

Col. Adele Connell served our country for 36 years in Texas, Alabama, Indiana, Germany and the Pentagon.

 
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James B.

As a young man, James served in the Navy performing engine room maintenance. After his honorable discharge, James went to work as a machinist, technician and maintenance general at a rubber plant in Pennsylvania. 

 
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Terry O.

Terry began taking Reglan in 1998 for Acid Reflux. His pharmacist switched him to the generic version when it became available.  Despite the fact that Reglan was originally introduced for short-term use, Terry was prescribed the drug for more than 12 years.

 
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James M.

All James wanted was to fund his small business with a loan provided by a business partner.   Once the loan was authorized, the money would show up in James’ bank account - which he could then use to pay bills. 

 
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Oneal S.

In mid-March, Oneal entered a nursing and rehabilitation home for help recovering from his recently fractured shoulder. His stay was only meant to be temporary, but it became fatal due to his care in the hands of the home.

 
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Olivia C.

Research has found that 440,000 Americans die every year from preventable medical errors each year. 

 

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