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By the numbers: Americans can't afford doctors

Posted: 1:02 PM EDT Apr 26, 2013   Updated: 7:25 PM EDT Apr 26, 2013

A growing number of Americans are skipping needed medical care because they can't afford it. Take a look at how many Americans can't afford health care and the reasons why, by the numbers.

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A growing number of Americans are skipping needed medical care because they can't afford it, according to a recent study released by Commonwealth Fund's Biennial Health Insurance.

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