Hear Nina Totenberg and Julie Rovner explain the decision on Morning Edition.
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Dr. Charu Sawhney examines patient Mang Caan. Sawhney supports the Affordable Care Act, but has been frustrated by how difficult it is to find specialists who accept some of the plans her patients bought. Carrie Feibel for NPR hide caption

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Patients With Low-Cost Insurance Struggle To Find Specialists
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HIV/AIDS drugs like AZT are lifesavers for many people. But insurers' policies on paying for the drugs vary widely. Will & Deni McIntyre/Science Source hide caption

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Gripes About Health Costs Punctuate A Cross-Country Trip
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Cigna's letter to Julie Rovner saying she had no proof of past coverage, so limitations based on pre-existing conditions could apply. (Highlights added.) Julie Rovner for NPR hide caption

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