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Low income again tied to lack of medical care

A new study finds that doctors, dentists and other health facilities are scarce on the neighbor isles


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 15, 2013

~~<p>Low-income residents in Hawaii are less likely to get cancer screening and lack access to mental health care, according to a community health report this month by the Healthcare Association of Hawaii.</p>
<p>They are also less likely to afford effective contraceptives, said the report, released July 3.</p>
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Low-income residents in Hawaii are less likely to get cancer screening and lack access to mental health care, according to a community health report this month by the Healthcare Association of Hawaii.

They are also less likely to afford effective contraceptives, said the report, released July 3. Login for more...



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