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When Steve and Darnelle Mason’s 27-year-old daughter died suddenly due to liver failure, she left them with more than $200,000 in debt because they had co-signed her nursing school loans.
The Doctors discuss the risks of co-signing medical school loans, explaining that while most federal loans are forgiven in the case of death, private loans are not.
If you would like to learn more about the Mason's story or help them pay off the debt, visit their gofundme page.