Hispanics worry most about healthcare, study shows
Dallas Morning News, February 21, 2008
A quarter of Hispanics surveyed in 2007 for the Rockefeller Foundation said they were very worried about losing their health insurance coverage, according to an analysis of the findings by the Economic Policy Institute. In addition, 26 percent of those Hispanics surveyed reported not going to a doctor because of the cost, and 25 percent said they had taken money out of savings to cover health expenses.
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