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LIVE UNITED Film Series: Critical Condition: Hector's Story


You’re invited to a special screening and discussion on healthcare.

CRITICAL CONDITION:
A thoughtful look at the healthcare crisis
Screening and Discussion
March 25, 2010
6:30 – 8:30pm
Alamo Drafthouse South

1120 South Lamar,
Austin, TX

Free to the public.
All are invited!

Go to:
http://handsoncentraltexas.org/

to RSVP!

Meet Hector Cardenas. He worked his whole life. Then he lost his job, his health insurance … and his infected foot to diabetes. Now he lives in a hotel and struggles to pay the medical bills.

Join us for a special screening of Critical Condition, which captures the harrowing struggles of critically ill Americans who discover that being uninsured can cost them their jobs, health, home, savings, even their lives.

Join us after the film to hear panelists discuss the film and the issues Hispanics and other Americans without health insurance live with every day.

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Moderator: Jacqueline L. Angel
Professor of Public Affairs and Sociology
LBJ School of Public Affairs – University of Texas
Author, research and expertise in family, health, aging and Latinos

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