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Dr. Gary C. Richter, M.D., stands in the doorway of a Endoscopy exam room at his office in Atlanta, Ga., July 1, 2011. Payments to doctors in Georgia who treat Medicaid patients are being cut as the state wrestles with the loss of hundreds of millions of federal stimulus dollars.(AP Photo/Joey Ivansco)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Signing up for Medicaid could improve your overall health and financial security, says a surprising new study that offers clues on how President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul might affect millions of low-income uninsured Americans.

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