Janay Gill, 5, wears a nebulizer before heading to school in North Carolina on Friday, May 13, 2011. She suffers from chronic asthma and has to use it twice a day. Her mother Brandy Dunston enrolled her in the state’s Community Care to help afford the treatment. Community Care is a statewide network of doctors, pharmacists and care managers that work together to help keep costs down and try to squeeze more savings from treating Medicaid patients.
Janay Gill, 5, wears a nebulizer before heading to school in North Carolina on Friday, May 13, 2011. She suffers from chronic asthma and has to use it twice a day. Her mother Brandy Dunston enrolled her in the state’s Community Care to help afford the treatment. Community Care is a statewide network of doctors, pharmacists and care managers that work together to help keep costs down and try to squeeze more savings from treating Medicaid patients. 2011 News & Observer file photo
Janay Gill, 5, wears a nebulizer before heading to school in North Carolina on Friday, May 13, 2011. She suffers from chronic asthma and has to use it twice a day. Her mother Brandy Dunston enrolled her in the state’s Community Care to help afford the treatment. Community Care is a statewide network of doctors, pharmacists and care managers that work together to help keep costs down and try to squeeze more savings from treating Medicaid patients. 2011 News & Observer file photo

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