Today, more than 2.7 million people living in New York do not have health insurance. More than 337,000 are between the ages of 50-64. A recent AARP poll of New Yorkers in this age group found that many are taking extreme measures to afford health care for themselves and their families. Some delay filling prescriptions because of the cost. Others are putting off going to the doctor despite being ill and in need of care.
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