Comments for: Virginia dentist’s compassion stands out in a state that won’t expand Medicaid

Posted June 20, 2014, at 9:29 a.m.

WASHINGTON — For more than half a century, kids in Virginia with bad teeth and poor families have had somewhere to go. Their parents — immigrants, minimum-wage laborers, the unemployed — usually found Gerald Frank through the grapevine, and they spread the word about his modest dental office. At 75, …

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