Health care provisions kicking in

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    Once people experience them, they'll be reluctant to give them up.
     
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    Hopefully the reluctance to give them up will also result in trying to improve the bill. It is great as a door opener but there are tons of things to be improved.

    I hope it is just a step on the way to medicare for all.
     
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    Free mammogram (no more out of pocket expenses from my insurance) saved my life this year. I did not have to wait to save for co-pay/co-insurance this year. So I got my mammogram in February, was officially diagnosed with Breast Cancer I in March, and had lumpectomy and lymph removal in May 2012. I am cancer-free! :clap2: On preventative chemo now, will be doing radiation therapy after that. Then I am done with chemo and radiation before 2013 :dance:
     
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    I did not have to delay to preserve for co-pay/co-insurance this season. So I got my mammogram in Feb, was formally recognized with Breasts Melanoma I in Goal, and had lumpectomy and lymph elimination in May 2012. I am cancer-free! On protective chemotherapy now, will be doing radiotherapy after that.
     
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    Many people do not think about it until it was too late, but the home health care in a hospital or nursing home to become your only choice before, the things you should consider.
     

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