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October 1, 2014
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University of Arizona Medical Center surgeons removed a 47-pound tumor from a woman’s stomach in April — not even close to being the largest ever mentioned here, but likely the only such large tumor held in the arms of a member of the surgical team, as pictured in a post-op photo. The patient, without insurance, had been delaying surgery for months, which let the tumor grow, complicating surgery — but credits “Obamacare” with finally allowing her to afford the procedure.

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