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INSURANCE JUSTICE FOR KIDNEY FAILURE PATIENTS

Imagine that you were lucky enough to get health care through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), that you were paying your $300, $400, or $500 a year monthly payment. While the cost might stretch your budget, you wouldn't mind. You had peace of mind knowing that you'd be covered if anything went wrong. You might have been among the millions who breathed a sigh of relief because you knew than an insurer could not deny you health care because of a pre-existing medical condition.
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