Video interview: Community Health Civic Engagement Event - MyFoxLubbock.com
Michelle Hunter of the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center's Larry Combest Community Health & Wellness Center and Claudia Bustos, media coordinator for the Community Health Centers of Lubbock, and talk about the Community Health Civic Engagement Event this Friday.
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