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Michael Howe

Clinics a key part of health reform

By Michael Howe
September 10, 2007

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MASSACHUSETTS boasts a long tradition of pioneering innovations in public health, from the nation's first local board of health - chaired by none other than Paul Revere - to Columbia Point Health Center in Dorchester, the first nonprofit community health center in the United States, to the first-in-the-nation law ensuring access to healthcare for all. That ethic of innovative leadership ... (Full article: 570 words)

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