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AIR DATE: April 6, 2006

Sue Brooks, founder, Clinic on Wheels
Prof Chris Cochran, UNLV's School of Public Health
Prof Charles Moseley, Chair, Health Care Administration and Policy, UNLV
Valerie Rosalin, Director, Nevada Governor's Office for Consumer Health Assistance
...on innovative solutions, from mobile clinics to government initiatives, on healthcare for disadvantaged.

Professors Moseley and Cochran have joined a Congressionally-Mandated group canvassing public opinion. Dr Cochran writes: "There are only 40 of these meetings taking place across the country to discuss how Americans should receive health care. Although the Las Vegas meeting has been planned to allow up to 200 participants, so far fewer than 100 have signed up. Many of the registrants are providers although several represent groups that serve the poor and underserved. But we wanted to make sure that all Las Vegans are aware of this meeting and voice their ideas." See details below for links and numbers.

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