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MCN’s 5-Minute Poll: Inform Our Work, Voice Your Concerns, and Win a $25 Target Gift Card!

Asylum Seekers, Health Needs, Concertina Wire… and Hope: A View of the Entire US-Mexico Border, From the Health Provider’s Perspective

COVID-19 From the Perspective of a Community Health Worker: Veronica Martinez Vargas

Take MCN’s 2021 Poll: What Is Changing for Immigrant & Migrant Patients?

Winter Streamline: Strategies for Addressing Intimate Partner Violence During the Pandemic

Q&A: One-Shot COVID-19 Vaccine Expands Opportunities to Prevent Death & Severe Disease

Reprint Q&A: What PCPs Need to Know About COVID-19 Vaccines

Medical Review for Immigrants Connects Physicians and Pro Bono Attorneys to Help Immigrants in Detention with Urgent Health Issues

Planning, Partnerships, and Perseverance: Overcoming Challenges on the COVID-19 Frontlines

An agricultural worker harvesting apples

 

In 2020, while COVID-19 outbreaks were already hitting farms further south, Maine's late harvest window provided clinicians and public health workers a longer lead time to prepare and advocate for migrant farmworkers, before they arrived. 

750 COVID-19 Patients Later, A One-Year Milestone

Laszlo Madaras and colleague in PPE

By Dr. Laszlo Madaras

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