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Project Medishare’s Pediatric Neurosurgical team continues work in Haiti despite challenges from January 12 earthquake

  |   Celebrities, Earthquake Response, Pediatric Neurosurgery

[caption id="attachment_1333" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Project Medishare's Pediatric Neurosurgical Specialty Team arrived last week to continue their surgeries for children with neurosurgical problems including hydrocephalus, head injuries, brain tumors, and spine fractures. This is one example of the many programs that must continue along side of...

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Friend of Project Medishare and Haiti, Alonzo Mourning receives NBA’s Legend of the Year Award

  |   Celebrities, Earthquake Response, Media / Press

[caption id="attachment_1324" align="aligncenter" width="499" caption="NBA Legend Alonzo Mourning speaks to team mates, colleagues, and fans at the NBA Legends Brunch in Dallas this morning after receiving the Legend of the Year Award.  The brunch was part of the NBA All-Stars festivities. During his acceptance speech,...

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Heroes in Haiti: Dr. Michel Dodard assists local clinics in Port-au-Prince

  |   Earthquake Response, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning A week after the earthquake shook the capital of Haiti, Dr. Michel Dodard* returned to the Port-au-Prince neighborhood where he grew up. He joined forces  with his brother-in-law Dr. Daniel Henrys, a family physician and public health specialist. [caption id="attachment_1310" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Haitian medical...

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Earthquake survivor reported stable

  |   Earthquake Response, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning Twenty-eight-year-old Evans Monsigrace is reported in stable condition in ICU at the Project Medishare/UM Global Institute Hospital in Haiti after being pulled from the rubble yesterday. Hospital administrator, Elizabeth Greig, said Monsigrace was admitted yesterday suffering from severe malnutrition and dehydration, however, while...

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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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