Three years ago Eileen Benthal appeared on "Fox & Friends" to share her family's ObamaCare nightmare story.

Her 20-year-old daughter, Johanna, was born with congenital malformations on her brain, and has undergone 90 surgeries.

Benthal revealed that her family lost their coverage under ObamaCare four times since 2013.

Now that the House has passed the Republican plan for repealing and replacing ObamaCare, Benthal says there's reason to hope.

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Benthal told Brian Kilmeade that navigating the insurance markets under ObamaCare was like being "in the midst of a natural disaster."

"Health insurance premiums have skyrocketed, and the networks are shrinking," Benthal said. "It really made our life much more difficult and our premiums much more expensive."

She said she hasn't read the whole 200-page Republican health care plan, the American Health Care Act, but she's optimistic that it will allow people with disabilities, like her daughter, to get the care they need.

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