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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

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Without health insurance, women in North Texas must make tough choices
Jake Kemp

November, 2009

The waiting room for prenatal care at Los Barrios Unidos is packed. Kids scurry around while their pregnant mothers wait to be seen. If it weren't for this clinic, these women would receive no care during pregnancy, making the chances for complications much higher.

Inside Los Barrios are low-income, uninsured women which some doctors call society’s most vulnerable. They have been neglected – not just by the system, but by themselves. They are the caretakers who time and time again put their children and families first.

And they wouldn’t have it any other way.

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