What would you do if a chronic condition caused you to visit the emergency room (ER) as many as 100 times in your life? Most people would give up any hope of a better quality of life. That’s where June Mack of Detroit was when she received an invitation to take part in a new health education program. At 70 years old, June guesses she’s been to the ER at least 100 times because of her asthma. She came to accept ER visits as a part of life…
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