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jgc123 writes,

They (the church foundation) also provided financial help for people who fell short on the entrance fees and/or ran out of money to pay monthly fees.


That's good.

But, of course the fear is that at some time in the future they [the church] might sell the operation to a for-profit operator who will nickle and dime the captive population for fees in the fashion inparadise describes.

If it's legally possible to do, eventually some profit-minded medical entrepreneur will make it happen.

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