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Hundreds in Virginia turn out for a free clinic to manage health

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July 24, 2014
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America may be the world’s richest country, but in terms of healthcare, the World Health Organisation ranks it 37th - prompting hundreds in Virginia to turn out for a free clinic run by “Remote Area Medical”. Duration 02:40 Video provided by AFP


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