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Minister Diagnosed With Cancer Says, ‘No Compassion in the Affordable Care Act’

An Iowa-based minister, recently diagnosed with cancer, and who is covered under the so-called Affordable Care Act” (A.K.A. Obamacare), tells a local Iowa reporter that there’s “no compassion in the Affordable Care Act” and that it’s “anything but affordable.”

“Back in January, Pastor Angran was diagnosed with stage three cancer of the esophagus. He had insurance, but because of a previous heart condition, it did not cover the treatments he needed for his cancer. He found that out just minutes before receiving life-saving chemo,” says the local reporter.

The minister says, “One of the workers came and said let me talk to you. And so I went to talk to her. She says that we found out that your insurance does not include chemo.”

“Over the past two months, the Angrans have emptied their savings account and racked up $50,000 in debt. They signed up for the Affordable Care Act,” says the local reporter, “but found it to be anything but affordable. It will cost the couple more than $800 per month, money they just don’t have.”

The reporter adds, “As a pastor, Angran has devoted his life to helping others, to being compassionate. He says, ‘There’s no compassion in the Affordable Care Act.'”

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