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Jimmy Kimmel took a moment to be serious on his late-night show this past week to talk about the upcoming presidential election and the Affordable Care Act.
In a monologue he delivered on Thursday, Kimmel urged his viewers to take a moment and think about health care when they cast their ballot this year. The 52-year-old “Jimmy Kimmel Live” host proceeded by introducing a video created by his wife, Molly McNearney, which chronicled the health journey of their son Billy – who was born with a pre-existing condition.
“Three years ago I delivered a baby boy, Billy. Three hours later, this brilliant nurse noticed something was wrong. One hour later, our baby boy was in the NICU. Billy was born with Tetralogy of Fallot/VSD (congenital heart defects),” the video reads alongside an intimate slideshow of videos and photos that show what the Kimmel and McNearney family went through at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in California.
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