Free health care clinic comes to D.C.
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Free health care clinic comes to D.C.

The Walter E. Convention Center in downtown D.C. was transformed into the nation's largest doctor's office for the one day, massive free clinic for the uninsured sponsored by the National Association of Free Clinics. (Andrew Mach/The Washington Post)

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