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MyCoolYoung - 3/13/2023, 9:26 AM
I can’t imagine having to raise as much as 360k to save my child. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and I hope there’s unwavering support from a lot of people during these times.
Forthas - 3/13/2023, 9:31 AM
Oh! That is such a heartbreaking story! I hope he will be OK.
DiegoMD - 3/13/2023, 9:38 AM
We truly live in an evil world when things like this happen to little children smh. Get well Mana!
Kozmik - 3/13/2023, 10:10 AM
@DiegoMD - Do you mean cancer or the cost of healthcare because the former is in many instances beyond our control.
DiegoMD - 3/13/2023, 10:46 AM
@Kozmik - The cancer itself. I´m from Spain so here we have free healthcare and it works very well for people with cancer, but it´s a shame that in the US you have to crowdfund to save the live of a child. It makes a horrible situation even worse. Are you from the US?
Ryguy88 - 3/13/2023, 11:40 AM
@DiegoMD - hes from Australia which also has free healthcare but he cannot get the care needed there and has to find it elsewhere.
DiegoMD - 3/13/2023, 4:43 PM
@Ryguy88 - That sucks. Poor kid and poor dad. It must be heartbreaking seeing your kid sick and not knowing if you can help him. My heart goes out to the family.
Kozmik - 3/13/2023, 7:20 PM
@DiegoMD - Indeed I am, and our heathcare is as awful as you think it is.
DiegoMD - 3/13/2023, 9:51 PM
@Kozmik - I had an uncle who moved to Venezuela when he was young and then lived in Miami and Orlando, and when he was diagnosed with cancer he came back here.
DiegoMD - 3/13/2023, 9:52 PM
@DiegoMD - He was lucky because he had double nationality or something like that.
mountainman - 3/13/2023, 9:38 AM
Having this happen to your kid has to be the worst feeling. I have a cousin who had one of her three kids that got cancer when he was a kid. Years of treatments, stress, and bills. Fortunately he got through it and is now a healthy 17 year old.

I really hope we can make some breakthroughs in fighting cancer soon. It seems like it is still one of those medical areas that we know so little about.
NegativeNerd - 3/14/2023, 5:40 AM
@mountainman - I’m so happy that everything worked out for your cousin and your family. I can’t even imagine dealing with that.
mountainman - 3/14/2023, 8:10 AM
@NegativeNerd - Thanks. The kid is called lucky now and he has the greatest personality. I can’t imagine how tough and scary it must have been for him when he was really young.

Cancer comes for all of us at some point. It either hit us individually, or get at someone close that we love.

Personally I’d rather get it myself than see a child have to go through it.
NegativeNerd - 3/14/2023, 11:11 AM
@mountainman - I second that, 100%
DeadClunge - 3/13/2023, 9:39 AM
That's sad, hopefully they can hit their target.
SATW42 - 3/13/2023, 9:40 AM
This is absolutely heartbreaking. I couldn’t imagine what I would do in his shoes.
Reeds2Much - 3/13/2023, 9:55 AM
Stories about kids getting these serious ailments make me recognize how relatively healthy I am and realize just how much the world sucks for letting that happen.
SonOfAGif - 3/13/2023, 10:55 AM
@Reeds2Much - And the ugly reality is due to the Healthcare system becoming a business rather than a lifesaving right. It's so bad that people just don't go to the doctor's office until it's too late due to how high deductibles are. When 39% of Americans are living in poverty and 80% live paycheck to paycheck. But the 1% somehow has been able to manipulate the market in their favor all for profits. While working Americans have little access to affordable healthcare for their families.
Kozmik - 3/13/2023, 9:58 AM
Still can't get over that in the richest country in the world people are dying or in massive debt due to heathcare costs.

That Eka Darville is Australian is besides the point (because I know someone wants to say it).
Spawnnn - 3/13/2023, 10:00 AM
"The cutting-edge treatments at both of these clinics cost between $17,000 - $35,000 USD per month. Each. Neither are covered by insurance."

What's wrong with you, Murica?
TheLobster - 3/13/2023, 10:04 AM
@Spawnnn - a whole [frick]ing lot.
Reeds2Much - 3/13/2023, 10:10 AM
@Spawnnn - It used to be affordable, but the insurance companies were like "We want deep discounts!" and the hospitals were like "We can't really do that with the current prices, so we're going to jack up prices so it only looks like you're saving money."
Kozmik - 3/13/2023, 10:12 AM
@Reeds2Much - Did it though? Use to more affordable that is?
Reeds2Much - 3/13/2023, 10:28 AM
@Kozmik - Much more so. Highly abridged version: During the early 1900s the government started requiring companies to compensate their workers should they be injured, which pissed off the owners but that's irrelevant to the story. As more and more insurance was being bought and created the insurance providers decided that, hey, since we're sending so much business your way we should get a little something extra, and while health care had been for the most part a for-profit thing the profit margin wasn't so thick (Since even if it were more affordable there were still people that couldn't pay.) that they could just give a company discounts without hurting themselves, hence why now a $20 neck brace is like $200.

I think there was an Adam Ruins Everything that went into it. I just remember because that was something I learned way back when I wanted to be a doctor~esque career.
TheWalkingCuban - 3/13/2023, 11:40 AM
@Spawnnn - look man, a lot is wrong with us. But I talk to friends and family in Cuba a lot recently, and the healthcare is free. It’s also practically nonexistent. They don’t have the money for stocking the hospitals. if they have it, you can get it, but Cuba doesn’t have anything. Stuff may be expensive here but dang it. At least you can get it. At least you can find it. At least we can help each other afford the on affordable.
Kozmik - 3/13/2023, 10:38 PM
@TheWalkingCuban - What you're talking about is less a problem with their healthcare system than that Cuba has been – and continues to be – economically strangled by the US and has been for decades.

That they're doing as well as they seem is a credit to them.
TheWalkingCuban - 3/13/2023, 10:54 PM
@Kozmik - cuba has tons of support and friends from other totalitarian nations THAT DONT HELP THEM EITHER. Why should we their enemies give them money for the Castor kids yachts while the people starve?
Kozmik - 3/13/2023, 11:39 PM
@TheWalkingCuban - Care to specify what nations make up the 'tons of support' you're referring to? And let's not forget they're not getting any from Russia, or many other places that I'm aware of.

That's fairly obviously the case or the embargo wouldn't be making such an impact on the island as it's doing.
TheWalkingCuban - 3/14/2023, 12:04 AM
@Kozmik - emotional support 😃
Kozmik - 3/14/2023, 8:51 PM
@TheWalkingCuban - Riiight. Heck of a humanitarian you are.
TheWalkingCuban - 3/14/2023, 10:43 PM
@Kozmik - idgi. What’s the point you just made?
Kozmik - 3/17/2023, 4:31 PM
@TheWalkingCuban - Yeah, you might have missed the whole 'humanity over ideology' stuff. I can see that.
TheWalkingCuban - 3/17/2023, 5:15 PM
@Kozmik - I just sponsored eight Cubans and to the made it here I’m racking my FUKCIGN BRAINS trying to get the other 6 here. From the totalitarian state you want MY COUNTRY, the UNITED STATES, to emulate.

No thanks.
AvisQuinn - 3/13/2023, 10:26 AM
So, the money I was going to spend on my Celsius energy drink is going to go to this child's GoFundMe.

I ask everyone who spends that $4 or $5 on that daily drink to join me. Give up that daily luxury for one day, and let's make a difference in this child's life.

Once a Ranger, always a Ranger. Thank you for RPM, Eka.
SonOfAGif - 3/13/2023, 11:02 AM
@AvisQuinn - As noble as that sounds. I feel like this sounds like a Celsius awareness campaign.
AvisQuinn - 3/13/2023, 11:32 AM
@SonOfAGif - I apologize. That wasn't my intention.
Polaris - 3/13/2023, 10:31 AM
That even a (relatively) famous actor needs a GoFundMe for this... something is really, really wrong with the world.

I hope the boy gets better soon 🤞
TheWalkingCuban - 3/13/2023, 11:14 AM
@Polaris - that there is a service that expediently streamlines charitable giving for the cause that each individual deems worthy… something is finally really, really right with the world. And I’m with you, I hope the boy gets better soon!🤞
Polaris - 3/13/2023, 8:13 PM
@TheWalkingCuban - Individuals shouldn't have to do this. It's good that people are generous, but resort to charity shouldn't be option 1. What are goverments for? What are taxes for? What's more important than keeping little children healthy without their families going bankrupt?
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