Universal healthcare called San Francisco's future
San Francisco's Public Health Department will increasingly move toward providing universal primary care and away from funding supplementary programs for drug users, the mentally ill and others, the city's public health chief said. The news comes as activists and healthcare providers alike are fighting expected cuts to the Health Department budget.
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