Uninsurable is a short documentary series that explores the impact of the ACA through telling the stories of Americans across the country.
"Uninsurable: Erin Potter's Story" is our first installment in the series. It tells the story of one Ohio family. Erin Potter is a young girl growing up in Kirtland, Ohio. A boisterous, fun loving 13 year-old who loves chicken fingers and Abraham Lincoln, you could hardly tell she went through multiple rounds of chemotherapy and two bone marrow transplants - all by age 8. Audiences learn her story of undergoing treatment for childhood Leukemia through the stories of her parents and her oldest sister, Annie – and how the Affordable Care Act made it possible for her family to afford her treatment and why they still need it to survive.
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