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African-Americans Very Concerned About Health Care, Says Survey

NPR surveyed more than 1,080 African-Americans from the Southeastern part of the country and found that while a majority were optimistic about the economy bouncing back and the future of their finances, they were most concerned with the lack of health insurance for them and their family members, reported Medical Daily

 

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