An Iowa pastor is putting his cancer battle on hold due to insurance issues.

Pastor Tony Angran has Stage 3 esophageal cancer. In February, he found out on the day of his planned chemotherapy treatment that his old insurance would not cover it due to a previous heart condition.

The pastor and his wife then signed up for ObamaCare. However, his plan doesn’t take effect until April 1, which means he has to put off getting the chemotherapy he needs.

Since Angran was diagnosed with cancer in January, he and his wife have accrued $50,000 in debt. The gold plan that he and his wife signed up for will still cost them more than $800 per month.

A benefit for Angran will be held in Iowa on May 3.

Angran and his wife were on "Fox and Friends" this morning. Watch their interview above.


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