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Houston Chronicle: The University of Texas Medical Branch, an institution with a long history of taking care of indigent patients, is drawing condemnation for dramatically reducing its level of charity care and putting increasing pressure on nonprofits that help the uninsured.

Officials who urged the Legislature last year to reverse the UT Board of Regents policy and halt the dismantling of UTMB after Hurricane Ike cited the medical schools traditional role of taking care of indigent patients as one of their reasons..

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