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Susan Alderman's lungs fill with fluid if she lays down to long while sick in the hospital. Her mom, Margie Alderman, pounds on her back to try to break up the phlegm so she can cough it up. Susan Alderman went to the emergency room on Friday, February 10, with a fever and was admitted to the hospital. She ran a fever for three days after receiving chemotherapy and tried to get antibiotics, but the pharmacy had her under the wrong insurance and it would not cover the medication. The antibiotics were $130, money Alderman didn't have.

Lexey Swall/Staff Susan Alderman's lungs fill with fluid if she lays down to long while sick in the hospital. Her mom, Margie Alderman, pounds on her back to try to break up the phlegm so she can cough it up. Susan Alderman went to the emergency room on Friday, February 10, with a fever and was admitted to the hospital. She ran a fever for three days after receiving chemotherapy and tried to get antibiotics, but the pharmacy had her under the wrong insurance and it would not cover the medication. The antibiotics were $130, money Alderman didn't have.

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