Don't Get too Comfortable
Paxten's dad would rather not watch his son wither away:
“The fact is, my kid has leukemia, and if he doesn’t get this treatment, he will die,” Robert Mitchell said. “The way they made me feel was that they were pressuring us to take him home and let him die. We’ll try anything that has a chance of succeeding, and I will not give up fighting for it to be covered.CLiCK here to read more about Paxten in the Asheville Citizen Times.
“Go to their Web site, and their mission statement says they treat each person with compassion,” he said. “I think that’s a bunch of hoopla.”
Paul Tate, a spokesman for Primary Physician Care, said the company is not authorized to discuss Paxten’s case.
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