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After a week under heavy sedation, the first thing Amy Saylors said was, "I've got to pay my bills."
Saylors had been hospitalized with a case of pneumonia so severe that doctors at the Medical University of South Carolina did not have a name for it. They said she was lucky to be alive.
It was New Year's Day when Saylors became so sick that an ambulance had to transport her from Springs Memorial Hospital in Lancaster more than three hours south to MUSC in Charleston.
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