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His medical bills went from $12,000 to $0. Now, he's on a 'vendetta' against overcharging

It didn't start out personal. When Victor Echevarria started Remedy in July 2015, he wanted to help Americans who are over-billed for their medical charges. His cofounder had gone to bus stops and talked to people about their health and what was stressing them out. The answer was always about how much it costs, and Echevarria thought Remedy could help keep people from paying too much for their healthcare.
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