Study: 75 million Americans uninsured between 2001, 2002

A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation study found that nearly two-thirds of uninsured Americans between 2001 and 2002 lacked health benefits for at least six months. The study shows that being uninsured is a regular occurrence than previously thought.

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