This photo taken Oct. 10, 2017, shows First lady Melania Trump, left, participating in a roundtable discussion of Lily's Place in Huntington, W.Va. The Department of Health and Human Resources says in a news release that the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services approved treatment services for newborns enduring the torment of drug withdrawal. The statement said West Virginia becomes the first state to receive such approval for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome treatment services. In October, first lady Melania Trump visited a drug recovery center for infants in Huntington. During the visit to Lily's Place, Executive Director Rebecca Crowder lamented the challenge of getting funding and insurance coverage to treat the infants.
This photo taken Oct. 10, 2017, shows First lady Melania Trump, left, participating in a roundtable discussion of Lily's Place in Huntington, W.Va. The Department of Health and Human Resources says in a news release that the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services approved treatment services for newborns enduring the torment of drug withdrawal. The statement said West Virginia becomes the first state to receive such approval for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome treatment services. In October, first lady Melania Trump visited a drug recovery center for infants in Huntington. During the visit to Lily's Place, Executive Director Rebecca Crowder lamented the challenge of getting funding and insurance coverage to treat the infants. Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP Chris Dorst
This photo taken Oct. 10, 2017, shows First lady Melania Trump, left, participating in a roundtable discussion of Lily's Place in Huntington, W.Va. The Department of Health and Human Resources says in a news release that the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services approved treatment services for newborns enduring the torment of drug withdrawal. The statement said West Virginia becomes the first state to receive such approval for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome treatment services. In October, first lady Melania Trump visited a drug recovery center for infants in Huntington. During the visit to Lily's Place, Executive Director Rebecca Crowder lamented the challenge of getting funding and insurance coverage to treat the infants. Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP Chris Dorst

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