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Low-income Texans struggle to find new doctors as state officials boot Planned Parenthood off Medicaid

The state's health commission gave Planned Parenthood's Medicaid patients until Feb. 3 to find new doctors. Experts say there are limited places low-income patients can go, in part because Texas already has a shortage of doctors who accept Medicaid due to the state’s low payment rates.

An anonymous HPV patient living in a Houston hotel to escape domestic abuse navigates the uncertainties of Planned Parenthood being withdrawn from Medicaid coverage.

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