In 2014, a resident of Sun City Center named Regina Hebert got the kind of news every person dreads; after finding a lump in her breast, she was told by her doctor that she had breast cancer. She would soon undergo two surgeries, and months of chemotherapy and radiation.
Fortunately for Regina, her treatments paid off. Today, she’s in stable health and still operating her small business. And she credits the Affordable Care Act with saving her life.
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