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B.C. couple left to foot $1,200-a-month cancer treatment bill due to ‘funding loophole’

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Matthew and Kari Atkins have been paying $1,200 a month to treat Kari's metastatic breast cancer. The couple has relied on savings and help from family over the past seven months. They are calling on the government to extend some kind of transitional funding for people in their position.
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B.C. couple left to foot $1,200-a-month cancer treatment bill due to ‘funding loophole’

Kari and Matthew Atkins hope the government will offer funding for people in their situation

1 month ago·Victoria, Canada
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B.C. couple left to foot $1,200-a-month cancer treatment bill due to ‘funding loophole’

Kari and Matthew Atkins hope the government will offer funding for people in their situation

1 month ago
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B.C. couple left to foot $1,200-a-month cancer treatment bill due to ‘funding loophole’ - Kelowna Capital News

Kari and Matthew Atkins hope the government will offer funding for people in their situation

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B.C. couple left to foot $1,200-a-month cancer treatment bill due to ‘funding loophole’ - Vernon Morning Star

Kari and Matthew Atkins hope the government will offer funding for people in their situation

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B.C. couple left to foot $1,200-a-month cancer treatment bill due to ‘funding loophole’

Kari and Matthew Atkins hope the government will offer funding for people in their situation

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B.C. couple left to foot $1,200-a-month cancer treatment bill due to ‘funding loophole’

Kari and Matthew Atkins hope the government will offer funding for people in their situation

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