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Patients worried as uncertainty looms over Obamacare

By AlJazeera
03 February 2017   |   11:30 am
Millions of Americans are continuing to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act this year, despite President Donald Trump taking steps to repeal and replace it.

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