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Mobile Clinic Looks Out For Detroit's Homeless

Apr 10, 2013 (Morning Edition / Michigan Radio) — A new program in Detroit is targeting chronically homeless people who do not seek out medical help. A mobile medical team visits the homeless on their turf and aggressively follows up with these patients to help get them the medicine and care they need.

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