Austin Caldwell, whose drug treatments for hemophilia cost more than $1 million a year, checks in with his doctor in Charlotte in November.
Austin Caldwell, whose drug treatments for hemophilia cost more than $1 million a year, checks in with his doctor in Charlotte in November. Photos by TRAVIS DOVE NYT
Austin Caldwell, whose drug treatments for hemophilia cost more than $1 million a year, checks in with his doctor in Charlotte in November. Photos by TRAVIS DOVE NYT

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