Texas hospital may drop illegals' care
AP/Yahoo News, December 3, 2007
In an effort to cut costs, the University of Texas Medical Branch may stop offering cancer care to indigent and undocumented immigrants. Its Cancer Patients Acceptance Committee has been studying the issue, but implementing the policy, but it raises obvious ethical questions, says hospital representatives.
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