In the remote mountainous areas of Lesotho its very hard for the villagers to get healthcare services. One mobile clinic team travels regularly to the residents to offer them its services and provide advice on diseases like HIV/AIDS.
In the remote mountainous areas of Lesotho, its very hard for the villagers to get health care services. One mobile clinic team travels regularly to the residents to treat them.
Since Obamacare came into effect two years ago, the number of uninsured Americans has dropped. But for the millions still without any kind of health insurance, free mobile clinics are a lifeline. Loveday Wright reports.
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