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After Harvey, Texans With HIV Cope With Destroyed Homes And Medication Loss04:53
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Donnal Walker, 52, returned to his home to find his HIV medications floating in the floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey. He went 11 days without his medication. (Sarah Varney/Kaiser Health News)
Donnal Walker, 52, returned to his home to find his HIV medications floating in the floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey. He went 11 days without his medication. (Sarah Varney/Kaiser Health News)
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Months after Hurricane Harvey unleashed some 60 inches of rain on Houston, Texans are still trying to recover. For many Texans with HIV and AIDS, though, the storm was especially harrowing.

As Sarah Varney (@SarahVarney4) from Kaiser Health News reports, many storm victims not only lost their homes, but access to life-saving medications.

This segment aired on November 24, 2017.

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