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  • ‘I could have died’ without insurance

    DonnaMarie Woodson wouldn't have discovered she had colon cancer and breast cancer if she hadn't had insurance through the Affordable Care Act that covered health screenings. Before the ACA, she and her husband had gone without insurance because he lost his job during the recession. She understands the frustration of those who face high premiums and deductibles.

‘I could have died’ without insurance

DonnaMarie Woodson wouldn't have discovered she had colon cancer and breast cancer if she hadn't had insurance through the Affordable Care Act that covered health screenings. Before the ACA, she and her husband had gone without insurance because he lost his job during the recession. She understands the frustration of those who face high premiums and deductibles.
Diedra Laird The Charlotte Observer