PBS story stirs End Medical Debt book sales that forgive $1 million in unpayable debt
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PBS NewsHour on Thursday, December 12, ran an in-depth story on RIP Medical Debt, announcing the charity had passed the milestone of forgiving $1 billion in unpayable healthcare bills.
The NewsHour report ended with the book, END MEDICAL DEBT, written by the charity’s founders, edited by Judah Freed and published by Hoku House. The book educates readers about the historic causes and proposed cures for medical debt in America. PBS noted that each copy sold forgives about $500 in medical debt.
- Watch the NewHour story: PBS.org/newshour/
- The Charity: RIP Medical Debt
- The Book: EndMedicalDebt.com
- The Publisher: Hoku House
GREAT NEWS! As a result of the PBS NewsHour segment on RIP Medical Debt and the book, End Medical Debt, because each copy sold forgives about $500 in unpayable medical debt, as of Tuesday morning, the book had sold enough copies for RIP forgive a full $1 million in debt!
Please share this post and ask your friends and family to buy copies as holiday gifts for their friends and family. You will earn the heartfelt thanks of those struggling to pay medical bills causing hardship for their own families.