Rodney Burger, left, eats his free breakfast in a Houston churchyard as he consults with Dr. David Buck, right, president and chief medical officer for Healthcare for the Homeless-Houston, Thursday, Feb. 12, 2004, in Houston. Buck works with Project Access, a free service to give some of the city's 12,000 homeless a better chance of making needed trips to clinics, shelters and social service agencies.
Rodney Burger, left, eats his free breakfast in a Houston churchyard as he consults with Dr. David Buck, right, president and chief medical officer for Healthcare for the Homeless-Houston, Thursday, Feb. 12, 2004, in Houston. Buck works with Project Access, a free service to give some of the city's 12,000 homeless a better chance of making needed trips to clinics, shelters and social service agencies. PAT SULLIVAN AP
Rodney Burger, left, eats his free breakfast in a Houston churchyard as he consults with Dr. David Buck, right, president and chief medical officer for Healthcare for the Homeless-Houston, Thursday, Feb. 12, 2004, in Houston. Buck works with Project Access, a free service to give some of the city's 12,000 homeless a better chance of making needed trips to clinics, shelters and social service agencies. PAT SULLIVAN AP

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