Of all the issues in this election season, the issue of health care is of utmost importance to Barbara Calder. She's been unable to qualify for health insurance since she was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a rare genetic disease. Now, Barbara is selling her home in Colorado and making plans to move her family abroad. As she tells Dick Gordon, having the disease has changed her view of health care in the U.S. As a dual citizen, she thinks she'll be able to get better care in Belgium. Also in this episode: one woman is very busy in these tough economic times. MaryEllen De Los Santos counsels homeowners who are facing foreclosure.