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Woman With Cancer Dropped from Insurance Due to Obamacare
The Weekly Standard ^ | 11/14/2013 | DANIEL HALPER

Posted on 11/14/2013 9:22:30 AM PST by celmak

WFTV in Florida reports that a woman with cancer has been dropped from her insurance plan due to Obamacare:

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"A woman in a life and death battle with cancer was dealt another devastating blow," says the Florida anchor.

"This letter makes more problems for us," says the cancer victim. "That we don't need at this moment."

The anchor continues, "She just found out she's being dropped by her insurance company because of a loophole in Obamacare. Incredible story. Gloria Cantor has been fighting this illness for months with her husband ... at her side."

"As you can imagine, this insurance problem couldn't have come at a worse time," say another anchor.

"This letter makes more problems for us we don't need at this moment," says the cancer victim.

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KEYWORDS: cancer; death; obamacare
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To: celmak

I thought the law covered any pre-existing condition?


21 posted on 11/14/2013 10:18:17 AM PST by edcoil (System now set up not to allow some to win but for no one to lose!)
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"I thought the law covered any pre-existing condition?"

People have been getting dropped from their insurances that they had because they don't meet the Obamacare standard and are in limbo until they can get another policy.

22 posted on 11/14/2013 10:21:52 AM PST by celmak
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Ki>The anchor continues, "She just found out she's being dropped by her insurance company because of a loophole in Obamacare.

The leftie media spin never stops. It's not a "loophole", it's the fundamental purpose of the law, to strip people of private coverage as a first step to socialized medicine.

23 posted on 11/14/2013 10:38:01 AM PST by Hugin
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