Health clinics in danger of needing life support
Free and community clinics have long been considered the safety net of the healthcare system, providing primary and preventive care to the poor and uninsured. But in California and elsewhere, that safety net is in danger as clinics—already reeling from a decline in donations—are struggling to meet overwhelming demand from new patients who have lost jobs and health insurance.
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