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Many earthquake victims rely on family for shelter

  |   Earthquake Response

[caption id="attachment_1220" align="aligncenter" width="499" caption=" Project Medishare volunteer and Occupational Therapist, Delia Rivero, works with a translator to tell Sifila Joseph how often she must see a doctor to change the dressing on her bandages.                       Photo by Jennifer Browning."][/caption] By Jennifer Browning Bandages cover the head wound caused...

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Earthquake victims face new threat of disease

  |   Earthquake Response

By Jennifer Browning PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti--The Associated Press reported today that Haiti's earthquake victims face a new threat of diseases like tetanus and measles. [caption id="attachment_1216" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Infectious disease physician, Dr. Gordon Dickinson tends to a little girl who was brought to the triage unit and diagnosed...

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Hospital begins to receive transfer patients as other medical camps close their doors

  |   Earthquake Response

[caption id="attachment_1189" align="aligncenter" width="499" caption="Francois and her mother watch as Lori Carpenter creates a posterior splint. The splint is helpful because, unlike a cast, it allows doctors to routinely check the open wound on the 10-year-old's foot. Photo by Jennifer Browning."][/caption] By Jennifer Browning PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti--As the...

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