In this medical health video Joomi Lim, an artist and jewelry designer, had health insurance all her life until she recently lost coverage. Luckily, a friend clued her in to the Cancer Vixen Fund free screening event that took place in New York on...
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Female Speaker: Sure. I got some rings. Female Speaker: Now, your rings are exquisite. Female Speaker: Oh! Thank you, thank you. Female Speaker: And this is a bracelet that you do. Female Speaker: Yeah, this is actually a vintage piece, it's all one of a kind. Female Speaker: Beautiful! Female Speaker: Thank you, thank you. Female Speaker: Really beautiful! Gorgeous! And this ring is just an example of your jewelery work, it's just gorgeous. Female Speaker: Thank you. Female Speaker: Is that one ring or two? Female Speaker: It's actually two rings. Female Speaker: It's really great. Female Speaker: And there is one that's huge, which is like completely statement maker ring, which I have to show you guys too. Female Speaker: So Jumi, I mean, I think like me -- you have your own business, you are an artist, and you are like -- it's kind of difficult to get health insurance. Female Speaker: I know. This is probably the first time that I am out of my health insurance. I had it for like all my life, and I just found that actually, ironically, about a couple of weeks ago that I don't have it any more. I was in the process of getting a new one and then something happened. So yeah, so this is why I am like so appreciative of this event today. Female Speaker: Well, we are going to do it again in October, so you can come back. Female Speaker: October? Female Speaker: She can't. Female Speaker: But I will let my friends know, because I have a lot of friends in the business. I mean, whether you have the insurance or not, I think this is such a great way to get involved and also let your friends know. Female Speaker: Well, thanks Jumi. Female Speaker: Thank you, thank you. Female Speaker: So nice to meet you.

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