Many Hispanics shut out of U.S. healthcare system
HealthDay/Washington Post, August 14, 2008
An estimated 25% of Hispanics in the United States don't have a regular healthcare provider to treat their medical needs, and these people tend to be the newest immigrants and those without health insurance, according to a survey. One key finding of the survey was how many Hispanics lack a a regular provider to supply medical care, which could pose problems because rates of diabetes are high among Hispanics.
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