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Inspiring! This Woman Healed From Sepsis With Some Thoughts and Prayers From Her Facebook Friends!

Inspiring! This Woman Healed From Sep... Silly Anna Jones wound up in the hospital with a particularly gnarly case of sepsis. She was without healthcare because being female was ruled as a preexisting condition— such a bummer. Additionally, her GoFundMe campaign didn’t even trend on their website! Broke and totally sick in a not fun way, Anna took to social media. Submitted by: Abigail B
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