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Radio Gift: Dr. Boots Tries A No-Insurance Model
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Radio Gift: Dr. Boots Tries A No-Insurance Model

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Radio Gift: Dr. Boots Tries A No-Insurance Model

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Dr. Boots

Some of Dr. Elizabeth Crowley's patients call her Boots because she wears Doc Martins to work. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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We only have radio to give you this holiday season. With that in mind, Kathleen Tacelosky asked us to produce a story on her sister-in-law — a doctor in New Jersey who doesn't accept health insurance from her clients.

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