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10-Apr-2015 15:56

Katie visited Dalton in the hospital, and two years later they were married.

But Anstead’s fears were realized: just one month after meeting, Dalton had passed on his infection to Katie.

A year after their wedding, both the Pragers had become too sick to work.

Dalton quit his job at his family’s auto repair shop, and Katie quit hers as a store clerk.

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But Katie was too sick to stay out of the hospital for six days, much less sixty.

So Katie relied on Medicaid, public insurance that was supplied by her home state of Kentucky.

“When we were deciding whether to meet up or not, I told Dalton I’d rather be happy — like really, really happy — for five years of my life and die sooner than be mediocre happy and live for twenty years,” Katie says.

“That was definitely something I had to think about, but when you have those feelings, you just know.” Love won.

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But Katie was too sick to stay out of the hospital for six days, much less sixty.

So Katie relied on Medicaid, public insurance that was supplied by her home state of Kentucky.

“When we were deciding whether to meet up or not, I told Dalton I’d rather be happy — like really, really happy — for five years of my life and die sooner than be mediocre happy and live for twenty years,” Katie says.

“That was definitely something I had to think about, but when you have those feelings, you just know.” Love won.

Katie and Dalton Prager met as patients dealing with cystic fibrosis and were married two years later.