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State faulted on poorest children's dental care

Report says 70% lack treatment

By Donovan Slack
Globe Correspondent / April 2, 2004

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The dental care of Massachusetts' poorest children remains woefully inadequate, despite a commitment from the state three years ago to improve it, according to a report scheduled to be released today by the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. (Full Article: 338 Words)

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