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A little hope in a brown paper bag

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By William Moore MARMONT, Haiti---As a Masters in Public Health (MPH) student at Morehouse School of Medicine with a focus on health education and health promotion, it was important to me to gain experience with educational preventive behavior in a developing world. Today I only had one...

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A chance for life

  |   Celebrities, Uncategorized

[caption id="attachment_677" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Roselande Bruni, 4, waits with her parents before her going into pre-op. Bruni was diagnosed with a Wilm's tumor which was removed today. Photo by Jennifer Browning."][/caption] By Jennifer Browning HINCHE, Haiti-- As she was bathing her 4-year-old daughter in early June, Iralande...

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Doctors perform a rare surgery

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By Jennifer Browning HINCHE, Haiti--- “In God’s hands…..” This is how 22-year-old Jean Massenat views his life. [caption id="attachment_730" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Twenty-two-year-old Jean Massenate with his mother by his side waits for the doctors to take him to surgery.        Photo by Nick Vitone."][/caption] Walking alongside the...

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Haiti receives good news about AIDS

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By Jennifer Browning For a country that was unscientifically stigmatized in the early 80's as a breeding ground for the AIDS virus, Haiti is coming out on top regarding HIV infection rates. According to UNAIDS, infection rates in Haiti dropped from 6.2 percent to 3.1 percent among expectant...

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