Health & Medicine

August 11, 2013 12:00 AM

California looks for a new generation of culturally sensitive health care workers

At 18, Tria Vue already has a world of experience in health care. For her Hmong parents, she's been translator, prescription drug dispenser, navigator, patient advocate and cultural broker.

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