A man has his blood tested at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) mobile dental and medical clinic on June 10, 2017 in Olean, New York. RAM provides free medical care through mobile clinics in underserved, isolated, or impoverished communities around the country and world.
A man has his blood tested at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) mobile dental and medical clinic on June 10, 2017 in Olean, New York. RAM provides free medical care through mobile clinics in underserved, isolated, or impoverished communities around the country and world. Spencer Platt Getty Images
A man has his blood tested at the Remote Area Medical (RAM) mobile dental and medical clinic on June 10, 2017 in Olean, New York. RAM provides free medical care through mobile clinics in underserved, isolated, or impoverished communities around the country and world. Spencer Platt Getty Images

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