“Healthcare to me is a human right,” Rosetta Keeton said. “And quality healthcare should be a human right. As much as I can, I try to get them what they need.”

Read more: http://www.stlamerican.com/salute_to_excellence/healthcare_luncheon/empowering-patients-for-30-plus-years/article_d743e632-a5f3-11ea-9da4-fb3c5205e592.html

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