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February 20, 2011 6:44 PM

Doctor: Looking for nontraditional ways to treat uninsured

A 30-year career in health care has given Dr. Eric Ramos of Modesto special insights into patient care. And today, he is troubled by what he sees in a county where close to 200,000 residents — about 40 percent of the population — are Medi-Cal recipients or uninsured.

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