- Cedric Claytor's family fears that any health care law replacement could cause financial ruin
- Claytor is paralyzed, and his family cares for him thanks to removal of lifetime insurance limit
- Father: "If it weren't for Obamacare, (Cedric would) be dead, a long time ago"
(CNN)Howard and Mary Ann Claytor's living room is a jumble of medical devices, looking more like an intensive care unit than a home. It is filled with breathing machines, respiratory monitors, a manual lift and feeding tubes, all aimed at keeping their paralyzed 29-year-old son, Cedric, alive.