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In Depth (Americans Uninsured) - Part I #721281

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 10, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) At What Cost?, a series on the health care crisis, introduced.

(Washington: David Gregory) An in-depth look at working Americans who cannot afford health insurance but are not poor enough for Medicaid presented; details given of reasons for the growing number of uninsured; statistics cited. [Uninsured waitress Rosa BERRY††- says she has to pay rent before buying supplies to take care of her diabetes.] [Grady Hospital Dr. Arthur KELLERMAN††- comments on the profile of the typical uninsured person.] [Uninsured electrician Jerry BRETTHAUER††- comments.] [Blue Shield of California CEO Bruce BODAKEN†- comments on his campaign for universal coverage in California.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) More information on msnbc.com noted.

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Gregory, David
Duration:
00:03:20

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