Steven Wallace

Associate Director, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

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Associate Director of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research

Steven Wallace on KCRW

High costs and the lack of insurance drive nearly one million Californians to Mexico every year for medical care. That's according to researchers at UCLA.

Crossing the Border for Cheaper Healthcare

High costs and the lack of insurance drive nearly one million Californians to Mexico every year for medical care. That's according to researchers at UCLA.

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