Inmates At FL Women’s Prison Often Fail To Get Basic Medical Treatment

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Families who have lost loved ones at Florida’s Lowell prison, the nation’s largest lockup for women, say that while the deaths have been attributed to natural causes, many would not have died had they received adequate and timely medical care, says the Miami Herald. Lowell has two doctors, two advanced nurse practitioners, and two dozen
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