Micah Baines has worked in the heatlh care industry for twenty five years-- on issues related to elegibiliy, access, and insurance
* Algorithms launched probes of breast cancer diagnoses
* Many policies were canceled based on flimsy information
* New health care law lacks teeth, according to detractors
* WellPoint lobbied against reforms to end such practices
LOS ANGELES, April 22 (Reuters-- Murray Waas) – Shortly after they were diagnosed with breast cancer, each of the women learned that her health insurance had been canceled. There was Yenny Hsu, who lived and worked in Los Angeles. And there was Patricia Reilling, a successful art gallery owner and interior designer from Louisville, Kentucky.