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Michael, left, and Robert Enos of Willmar are pictured Thursday in the kitchen of their home. The brothers are concerned about where Michael will get dental care once the state shuts down a Willmar dental clinic that provides service to people with special needs. Tribune photo by Carolyn Lange

Dental clinic closure may hit some in the area like ton of bricks

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WILLMAR -- For the last 14 years, Robert Enos has been the primary caregiver for his 54-year-old brother, Michael.

He took over the full-time care for Michael after their mother died.

With multiple health problems stemming from a genetic disease called tuberous sclerosis that resulted in surgery for a brain tumor when he was 11, Michael is developmentally disabled, partially paralyzed and has frequent seizures.

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Carolyn Lange
A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers county government and regional news with the West Central Tribune.
(320) 894-9750
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