"In 2011, when she was 25, she assumed she’d go uninsured for several months between graduate school and joining the Peace Corps. But her parents had heard that the fledgling ACA let them include her on their insurance policy through age 26, and they did.
That May, three weeks after getting her master’s degree in French, a recent pain in her right knee was diagnosed as bone cancer. So she happened to be insured when, instead of going overseas, she spent the next year in and out of the hospital for nine rounds of chemotherapy and a total knee replacement."
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