Free clinic offered to women right here on the South Plains - KCBD.com
If you're a woman and you've been worried about your health, or you've been putting off a screening that you know you should have, because you're worried about the cost...the Texas Tech School of Medicine is planning a free clinic for women with no private insurance.
"...we have an opportunity twice a year, April and October, and we have appointments for about 30 people, so we can offer them a pap smear, a pelvic and a breast exam," says Dr. Fiona Prahbu, with Texas Tech Physicians.
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