November 20, 2009 – Hannah Coler, 21, at her home with the rejection letters she has received from UniCare and GIC. Coler has diffuse scleroderma, a rare autoimmune disease that can be fatal within five years of the diagnosis.  Coler wants to participate in the SCOT study, a treatment that has saved others with her disease but her insurance company is refusing to cover it. If she has to pay it out of pocket, it could cost over $300,000. 

November 20, 2009 – Hannah Coler and her father Andrew Coler at their home, speaking about the refusal of their insurance company to cover a treatment that could save Hannah’s life. Without it, Hannah’s disease could be fatal within five years. Hannah is 21-years-old.

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