For more than nine months now, a group of volunteer UCF medical students have been giving free hepatitis A shots to the homeless in Orlando.
Once a month, on a Tuesday evening, they set up their portable tent and a few tables at the corner of a church parking lot in downtown Orlando and triage their patients.
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