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Special Report: L.A.’s poorest patients endure delays for medical care. Some die waiting

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Special Report
Sep. 30, 2020

L.A.'s poorest patients endure delays for medical care. Some die waiting

Thousands of patients in L.A. County's public hospital system endure long, sometimes deadly delays to see medical specialists, a Times investigation has found.

Doctors, nurses and patients describe chronic waits that leave the sick with intolerable pain, worsening illnesses and a growing sense of hopelessness.
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