Marilena Delgado testifies before the Legislature’s working group on the state’s health coverage gap. For 25 years, her only access to health care has been to visit the emergency room. And, she says, at 52 years old, many of her health issues could have been avoided if she could have addressed them earlier with affordable access to healthcare.
Marilena Delgado testifies before the Legislature’s working group on the state’s health coverage gap. For 25 years, her only access to health care has been to visit the emergency room. And, she says, at 52 years old, many of her health issues could have been avoided if she could have addressed them earlier with affordable access to healthcare. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Marilena Delgado testifies before the Legislature’s working group on the state’s health coverage gap. For 25 years, her only access to health care has been to visit the emergency room. And, she says, at 52 years old, many of her health issues could have been avoided if she could have addressed them earlier with affordable access to healthcare. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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