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With Obamacare, fewer Americans were uninsured when they were told they had cancer

With Obamacare, fewer Americans were uninsured when they were told they had cancer

As President Trump and his allies in Congress keep pushing to get rid of Obamacare, new research shows that the contentious law has succeeded in expanding health insurance coverage for Americans with cancer.

But not everywhere. This upside of Obamacare — known formally as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or ACA — was seen primarily in states that participated in the Medicaid expansion that the law made possible.

By comparing states that expanded Medicaid to states that didn’t, the researchers determined that the law reduced by about half the percentage...

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