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SALT LAKE CITY -- For the thousands of Utah families that don't have insurance, seeing a doctor is just too expensive, and free health care is just a dream.
But on Saturday, uninsured people can get health care for free at the 18th annual C.A.R.E Fair, put on by the Junior League of Salt Lake City.
The fair started Friday, and doctors and nurses gave physicals, dental exams, immunizations and more.
Doors open again Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Horizonte Center in Salt Lake City.
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