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The Prescription: On the Edge

Down on the border, there are more uninsured people, fewer primary care physicians, and higher rates of certain chronic illnesses. As part of his continuing exploration of the effort to rewrite health care policy, KUT's Nathan Bernier talked to a doctor in Eagle Pass.

Down on the border, there are more uninsured people, fewer primary care physicians, and higher rates of certain chronic illnesses. As part of his continuing exploration of the effort to rewrite health care policy, KUT's Nathan Bernier talked to a doctor in Eagle Pass.

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