The number of Americans whose cancers were diagnosed at the earliest stage, when it's most likely to be cured, increased after Obamacare went into effect and more citizens had access to health insurance, a new study found.

While the effect was small, the study found that a higher proportion of new breast, lung and colorectal tumors were detected at stage 1 in 2014 compared with a year earlier.

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