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The next attack on the Affordable Care Act may cost you free preventive health care

By Paul Shafer, Assistant Professor, Health Law, Policy, and Management, Boston University
Alex Hoagland, PhD Candidate in Health Economics, Boston University
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The Affordable Care Act has allowed many preventive health services, including cancer screenings and vaccines, to be free of charge. But legal challenges may lead to costly repercussions for patients.

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