Indiana Loses 9 People A Week For Not Having Health Insurance

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Nearly nine people die each week in Indiana because they don't have affordable health insurance coverage, says a new report by Families USA, the national organization for health care consumers.

The Families USA report, the first-ever state-specific report of this type, is based on a groundbreaking national study by the Institute of Medicine, which in 2002 forged the direct link between a lack of health coverage and deaths from health-related causes.

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