Maria Cardenos watches as volunteers perform dental work on Lidia Rios one of the more than 1,600 patients in the Bradenton area who were provided nearly $1 million in healthcare, dental and vision services at the Remote Area Medical USA clinic that was held in November at Manatee Technical College.
Maria Cardenos watches as volunteers perform dental work on Lidia Rios one of the more than 1,600 patients in the Bradenton area who were provided nearly $1 million in healthcare, dental and vision services at the Remote Area Medical USA clinic that was held in November at Manatee Technical College. HERALD FILE PHOTO
Maria Cardenos watches as volunteers perform dental work on Lidia Rios one of the more than 1,600 patients in the Bradenton area who were provided nearly $1 million in healthcare, dental and vision services at the Remote Area Medical USA clinic that was held in November at Manatee Technical College. HERALD FILE PHOTO

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