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Tampa, Florida, March 22, 2017. :  A mother reaches into a bag checking on supplies as her son, age 7, waits in the backseat with a portable ventilator.  Health care advocates worry about possible cuts to Medicaid. Lower rates would hit hospitals that already take a higher portion of low-income and charity-care patients, including the state's safety nets. That worries patient advocates and patients themselves, including this boy who has a rare congenital disease and whose mother says he has the greatest access to good care when they are on Medicaid.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, March 22, 2017. : A mother reaches into a bag checking on supplies as her son, age 7, waits in the backseat with a portable ventilator. Health care advocates worry about possible cuts to Medicaid. Lower rates would hit hospitals that already take a higher portion of low-income and charity-care patients, including the state's safety nets. That worries patient advocates and patients themselves, including this boy who has a rare congenital disease and whose mother says he has the greatest access to good care when they are on Medicaid. ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
St. Petersburg, Florida, August 4, 2017. :  A mother  breastfeeds her son, age 4 months old, during the 2017 Global Big Latch On at Pinellas Technical College. During the event 12 mothers and 13 nursing children participated in breastfeeding and joined other mothers and their children around the world all taking place at 10:30am on Friday morning.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
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St. Petersburg, Florida, August 4, 2017. : A mother breastfeeds her son, age 4 months old, during the 2017 Global Big Latch On at Pinellas Technical College. During the event 12 mothers and 13 nursing children participated in breastfeeding and joined other mothers and their children around the world all taking place at 10:30am on Friday morning. ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
Livingston, New Jersey, August 31, 2017. : A doctor, MD, a neonatologist with an incubator and warmer in the neonatal intensive care unit. The Cooperman Family Pavilion, a new 241,000 square foot building with a 35,000 square foot Neonatal intensive care unit at St. Barnabas Medical Center.    ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
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Livingston, New Jersey, August 31, 2017. : A doctor, MD, a neonatologist with an incubator and warmer in the neonatal intensive care unit. The Cooperman Family Pavilion, a new 241,000 square foot building with a 35,000 square foot Neonatal intensive care unit at St. Barnabas Medical Center. ©The Star-Ledger / Ed Murray / The Image Works
Spring Hill, Florida, August 17, 2017. :  A clinical perinatal educator holds a two pound baby simulator, that's about the size of a 28 week old baby, used for practicing skills needed to stabilize premature babies at Bayfront Baby Place.  The skills and drills room has simulators used for training staff on how to respond in emergency situations.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
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Spring Hill, Florida, August 17, 2017. : A clinical perinatal educator holds a two pound baby simulator, that's about the size of a 28 week old baby, used for practicing skills needed to stabilize premature babies at Bayfront Baby Place. The skills and drills room has simulators used for training staff on how to respond in emergency situations. ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
Spring Hill, Florida, August 17, 2017. :  A clinical perinatal educator holds a two pound baby simulator, that's about the size of a 28 week old baby, used for practicing skills needed to stabilize premature babies at Bayfront Baby Place.  The skills and drills room has simulators used for training staff on how to respond in emergency situations.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
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Spring Hill, Florida, August 17, 2017. : A clinical perinatal educator holds a two pound baby simulator, that's about the size of a 28 week old baby, used for practicing skills needed to stabilize premature babies at Bayfront Baby Place. The skills and drills room has simulators used for training staff on how to respond in emergency situations. ©Tampa Bay Times / Monica Herndon / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, August 15, 2017. :  A grandmother (right) plays with her granddaughter, age 5, following an appointment at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Her daughter, age 36, (holding her daughter) drives her to her appointments. Currently Moffitt is tailoring chemotherapy to patients' needs based on their genetic makeup and a particular formula. Beginning in 2018 that personalized medicine approach will expand to include radiation. The woman, age 66, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010. She is currently on an immuno-therapy, which works by building the immune system to fight the cancer.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Charlie Kaijo / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Tampa, Florida, August 15, 2017. : A grandmother (right) plays with her granddaughter, age 5, following an appointment at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Her daughter, age 36, (holding her daughter) drives her to her appointments. Currently Moffitt is tailoring chemotherapy to patients' needs based on their genetic makeup and a particular formula. Beginning in 2018 that personalized medicine approach will expand to include radiation. The woman, age 66, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010. She is currently on an immuno-therapy, which works by building the immune system to fight the cancer.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Charlie Kaijo / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, August 15, 2017. :  A patient (right) explains to her nurse, RN, OCN, symptoms she has been experiencing during a clinical trial treatment at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Currently Moffitt is tailoring chemotherapy to patients' needs based on their genetic makeup and a particular formula. Beginning in 2018 that personalized medicine approach will expand to include radiation. The patient, age 66, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010. She is currently on an immuno-therapy, which works by building the immune system to fight the cancer.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Charlie Kaijo / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Tampa, Florida, August 15, 2017. : A patient (right) explains to her nurse, RN, OCN, symptoms she has been experiencing during a clinical trial treatment at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Currently Moffitt is tailoring chemotherapy to patients' needs based on their genetic makeup and a particular formula. Beginning in 2018 that personalized medicine approach will expand to include radiation. The patient, age 66, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010. She is currently on an immuno-therapy, which works by building the immune system to fight the cancer. ©Tampa Bay Times / Charlie Kaijo / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, August 15, 2017. :  A Registered Nurse RN, OCN, draws blood from a patient (right) at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Currently Moffitt is tailoring chemotherapy to patients' needs based on their genetic makeup and a particular formula. Beginning in 2018 that personalized medicine approach will expand to include radiation. The patient, age 66, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010. She is currently on an immuno-therapy, which works by building the immune system to fight the cancer.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Charlie Kaijo / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Tampa, Florida, August 15, 2017. : A Registered Nurse RN, OCN, draws blood from a patient (right) at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Currently Moffitt is tailoring chemotherapy to patients' needs based on their genetic makeup and a particular formula. Beginning in 2018 that personalized medicine approach will expand to include radiation. The patient, age 66, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2010. She is currently on an immuno-therapy, which works by building the immune system to fight the cancer. ©Tampa Bay Times / Charlie Kaijo / The Image Works
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St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, September 26, 2017. :  Patients are evaluated and processed for an evacuation flight in the wake of two category 5 hurricanes back-to-back in just 12 days, with the most recent one, Hurricane Maria, making landfall in St. Croix last Tuesday at 2 a.m. Seven Aeromedical Evacuation members worked with 3 critical care air transport team members, 1 medical attendant and 5 flight crew members to complete the mission using a C-130 airplane out of MacDill Airforce Base in Tampa, Florida  ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, September 26, 2017. : Patients are evaluated and processed for an evacuation flight in the wake of two category 5 hurricanes back-to-back in just 12 days, with the most recent one, Hurricane Maria, making landfall in St. Croix last Tuesday at 2 a.m. Seven Aeromedical Evacuation members worked with 3 critical care air transport team members, 1 medical attendant and 5 flight crew members to complete the mission using a C-130 airplane out of MacDill Airforce Base in Tampa, Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, September 26, 2017. :  Patients are evacuated at the Henry E. Rohlsen Airport in the wake of two category 5 hurricanes back-to-back in just 12 days, with the most recent one, Hurricane Maria, making landfall in St. Croix last Tuesday at 2 a.m. Seven Aeromedical Evacuation members worked with 3 critical care air transport team members, 1 medical attendant and 5 flight crew members to complete the mission using a C-130 airplane out of MacDill Airforce Base in Tampa, Florida   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, September 26, 2017. : Patients are evacuated at the Henry E. Rohlsen Airport in the wake of two category 5 hurricanes back-to-back in just 12 days, with the most recent one, Hurricane Maria, making landfall in St. Croix last Tuesday at 2 a.m. Seven Aeromedical Evacuation members worked with 3 critical care air transport team members, 1 medical attendant and 5 flight crew members to complete the mission using a C-130 airplane out of MacDill Airforce Base in Tampa, Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, September 26, 2017. :   Patients are evacuated from the Henry Rolson Airport aboard a USAF C-130 airplane in the wake of two category 5 hurricanes back-to-back in just 12 days, with the most recent one, Hurricane Maria, making landfall in St. Croix last Tuesday at 2 a.m. Seven Aeromedical Evacuation members worked with 3 critical care air transport team members, 1 medical attendant and 5 flight crew members to complete the mission using a C-130 airplane out of MacDill Airforce Base in Tampa, Florida   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, September 26, 2017. :
Patients are evacuated from the Henry Rolson Airport aboard a USAF C-130 airplane in the wake of two category 5 hurricanes back-to-back in just 12 days, with the most recent one, Hurricane Maria, making landfall in St. Croix last Tuesday at 2 a.m. Seven Aeromedical Evacuation members worked with 3 critical care air transport team members, 1 medical attendant and 5 flight crew members to complete the mission using a C-130 airplane out of MacDill Airforce Base in Tampa, Florida ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
Cape May, New Jersey, August 16, 2017. :  A new recruit at Coast Guard Training Center Cape May receives an injection in the clinic. This is the service's only boot camp, producing 3,500 new seaman annually.  ©The Star-Ledger / Andre Malok / The Image Works
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Cape May, New Jersey, August 16, 2017. : A new recruit at Coast Guard Training Center Cape May receives an injection in the clinic. This is the service's only boot camp, producing 3,500 new seaman annually. ©The Star-Ledger / Andre Malok / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan USA - 9 August 2017.  - A volunteer nurse takes the blood pressure of a patient at the Motor City Medical Mission, a free three-day medical clinic sponsored by the Adventist Medical Evangelism Network. August 9, 2017  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan USA - 9 August 2017. - A volunteer nurse takes the blood pressure of a patient at the Motor City Medical Mission, a free three-day medical clinic sponsored by the Adventist Medical Evangelism Network.
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Tampa, Florida, April 12, 2017. :  A West Hernando Middle School student, age 13, looks away for a moment while greeting her friend, a fellow West Hernando Middle School student. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, April 12, 2017. : A West Hernando Middle School student, age 13, looks away for a moment while greeting her friend, a fellow West Hernando Middle School student. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs. ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, December 7, 2016:  A girl, age 13, laughs while waiting for her prosthetist to prepare her prosthetic legs for a fitting during an appointment at the Shriners Hospital for Children's Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced she to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, December 7, 2016: A girl, age 13, laughs while waiting for her prosthetist to prepare her prosthetic legs for a fitting during an appointment at the Shriners Hospital for Children's Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced she to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs. ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, December 7, 2016:  A Shriners Hospital for Children prosthetist fits a prosthetis to a girl, age 13, during a fitting appointment at Shriners Hospital for Children's Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, December 7, 2016: A Shriners Hospital for Children prosthetist fits a prosthetis to a girl, age 13, during a fitting appointment at Shriners Hospital for Children's Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs. ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, December 20, 2016:  A girl, age 13, walks on her freshly fitted pair of prosthetic legs after a visit to the Shriners Hospital for Children. Despite a painful fitting session caused by bone spurs that had developed on the ends of her legs, she was eventually able to wear her prosthetics, which are covered in a material she picked out herself. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, December 20, 2016: A girl, age 13, walks on her freshly fitted pair of prosthetic legs after a visit to the Shriners Hospital for Children. Despite a painful fitting session caused by bone spurs that had developed on the ends of her legs, she was eventually able to wear her prosthetics, which are covered in a material she picked out herself. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs. ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, December 7, 2016:  A girl, age 13, pauses for a moment during a walking exercise to test her prosthetic legs at a fitting appointment at the Shriners Hospital for Children's Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, December 7, 2016: A girl, age 13, pauses for a moment during a walking exercise to test her prosthetic legs at a fitting appointment at the Shriners Hospital for Children's Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services. She is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs. ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, December 20, 2016: A girl, age 13, laughs with her mother as the mother pushes her wheelchair along during a visit to the University of South Florida Botanical Gardens. The girl is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, December 20, 2016: A girl, age 13, laughs with her mother as the mother pushes her wheelchair along during a visit to the University of South Florida Botanical Gardens. The girl is one of only about 20 people diagnosed with the auto inflammatory disease called " SAVI " - or STING associated vasculopathy with onset in infancy. The disease has forced her to endure several life-saving operations in which surgeons had to amputate much of her legs. ©Tampa Bay Times / Andres Leiva / The Image Works
St. Petersburg, Florida, July 25, 2017. :  A patient, age 67,  is examined by a physician of Tetra Health Care. The woman suffers from chronic pain caused by spinal stenosis, degenerative arthritis, and sacroiliitis. She is looking for relief by using medical marijuana.     ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
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St. Petersburg, Florida, July 25, 2017. : A patient, age 67, is examined by a physician of Tetra Health Care. The woman suffers from chronic pain caused by spinal stenosis, degenerative arthritis, and sacroiliitis. She is looking for relief by using medical marijuana. ©Tampa Bay Times / Scott Keeler / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, July 24, 2017. :  (From left) A trainer technician, age 22, a physical therapist, age 36, and an activity based exercise trainer, age 33, pick up the feet of Queena Phu to help her walk at the Stay In Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center. Phu, age 27, has endured a long road to recovery after suffering brain damage from a brutal attack that left her unable to walk, talk, see or eat on her own. Phu was returning books to her local library when she was attacked in 2008.  ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works  Best quality if reproduced no larger than 1/2 page.
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Tampa, Florida, July 24, 2017. : (From left) A trainer technician, age 22, a physical therapist, age 36, and an activity based exercise trainer, age 33, pick up the feet of Queena Phu to help her walk at the Stay In Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center. Phu, age 27, has endured a long road to recovery after suffering brain damage from a brutal attack that left her unable to walk, talk, see or eat on her own. Phu was returning books to her local library when she was attacked in 2008. ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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Tarpon Springs, Florida, July 20, 2017. :  A man, age 54, drinks water from his bed in his apartment at the Savannah Cove Apartment complex in Tarpon Springs. He became a complete quadriplegic in 1999 during a car crash in a rainstorm, helps fund his care through a special state program. The legislature just made changes that he fears will send him back to a nursing home.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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Tarpon Springs, Florida, July 20, 2017. : A man, age 54, drinks water from his bed in his apartment at the Savannah Cove Apartment complex in Tarpon Springs. He became a complete quadriplegic in 1999 during a car crash in a rainstorm, helps fund his care through a special state program. The legislature just made changes that he fears will send him back to a nursing home. ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
Tarpon Springs, Florida, July 20, 2017. :  A man, age 54, is a quadriplegic who is cared for at his apartment at the Savannah Cove Apartment complex in Tarpon Springs. He helps fund his care through a special state program. The legislature just made changes that he fears will send him back to a nursing home. He became a complete quadriplegic in 1999, the result of a car crash during a rainstorm.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
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Tarpon Springs, Florida, July 20, 2017. : A man, age 54, is a quadriplegic who is cared for at his apartment at the Savannah Cove Apartment complex in Tarpon Springs. He helps fund his care through a special state program. The legislature just made changes that he fears will send him back to a nursing home. He became a complete quadriplegic in 1999, the result of a car crash during a rainstorm. ©Tampa Bay Times / Douglas R. Clifford / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, July 19, 2017. :  A mother, age 64, operates a medical ventilator to help her son, age 36, breathe. He has spinal muscular atrophy and is confined to his bed. He can breathe only with the aid of a machine. Here, they are photographed at their Tampa home. He and his family have been closely watching the upcoming health care vote and how it would affect them.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, July 19, 2017. : A mother, age 64, operates a medical ventilator to help her son, age 36, breathe. He has spinal muscular atrophy and is confined to his bed. He can breathe only with the aid of a machine. Here, they are photographed at their Tampa home. He and his family have been closely watching the upcoming health care vote and how it would affect them. ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, July 19, 2017. :  A man, age 34, carries his half-brother from the car to the house. He has spinal muscular atrophy and can only breathe with the help of a medical ventilator. In this photograph, he is briefly unplugged from the machine. He and his family have been closely watching the upcoming health care vote and how it would affect them.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, July 19, 2017. : A man, age 34, carries his half-brother from the car to the house. He has spinal muscular atrophy and can only breathe with the help of a medical ventilator. In this photograph, he is briefly unplugged from the machine. He and his family have been closely watching the upcoming health care vote and how it would affect them. ©Tampa Bay Times / Alessandra Da Pra / The Image Works

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