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If courts dismantle a list of no-cost preventive care services under the Affordable Care Act, it will likely lead many patients to skip out on care, according to a new survey, Fierce Healthcare reports. Morning Consult polled 2,199 adults and found that more than half would be unwilling to pay for several preventive services if their insurance no longer covered them. For example, 60% said they would not pay for smoking cessation or screenings for unhealthy drug use, the report says.