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Partnership With Lestonnac Free Clinic Improves Care—and Quality of Life—for Immigrants, Low-Income and Uninsured Patients

There are nearly 11 million immigrants living in California, according to Public Policy Institute of California. A large portion of them are undocumented, making them ineligible...

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University of California Partnership Powers Exceptional and Accessible Cancer Care for All

A cancer diagnosis is devastating, not just to the patient who receives it, but to the friends and loved ones who will support them through treatment. There are more...

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COVID-19

Community-Based Efforts Key to Providing COVID-19 Vaccinations to Californa’s 400,000 Essential Workers

For more than a year, through all the ups and downs of the COVID-19 pandemic, California’s more than 400,000 farmworkers never stopped showing up for work. They’ve continued picking...

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Treating Burn Victims From Critical Care Through Rehabilitation: Robert and Lisa’s Stories

“We get patients on the worst day of their lives, and it is our mission to make sure that by the time they are discharged, they’re as whole as...

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