The Lifesaving Care Act

February 27, 2017

US capitol

A young woman, whose treatment at Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s for Hodgkin’s lymphoma included a stem cell transplant, tells Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen how the Affordable Care Act helped her. 

“I’m not an exception to the rule.” She tells Cullen. “There are 70,000 young adults diagnosed with cancer every year, and they’re young and healthy and might not think they need health insurance.”

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