An Epileptic Man's Struggle without Health Insurance Scott Ballings has lost his health insurance twice in the past four years, and at times even paid for it out of his own pocket. But he decided it wasn't worth it, and now Ballings -- who has epilepsy -- hopes that he can avoid illness or accidents. Susan Roesgen of member station WWNO reports.
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An Epileptic Man's Struggle without Health Insurance

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Scott Ballings has lost his health insurance twice in the past four years, and at times even paid for it out of his own pocket. But he decided it wasn't worth it, and now Ballings — who has epilepsy — hopes that he can avoid illness or accidents. Susan Roesgen of member station WWNO reports.

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