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Art in the making in the pre-op room

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Waiting to go in for his hernia surgery, Widmayer Nordé draws pictures next to his decorated glove balloon recovery nurse Renaye Mansfield blew up for him.  Photo by Jennifer Browning. By Jennifer Browning Port-au-Prince, HAITI--Whether it is minutes or hours, the wait always seems long when waiting...

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General surgeries for the day

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Handing over her contact information Project Medishare's Nurse Liaison Maguy Rochelin is pleased that she can make an appointment for Ambrose Widzar. In accordance with The Smile Train grant the doctors from the University of Miami will return to Port-au-Prince two more times this year...

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Taking time to heal

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After spending the night in recovery at Santé Bernard Mevs, Lise Marielle is comforted by her father. Lise had her first cleft lip surgery in Cange when she was 9 months old. Yesterday she had her palate repaired by Dr. Sam McDonald who is here...

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A chance to follow-up

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Critical care recovery nurse Janet Shanley tickles Lise Marielle to get her to smile. Today will be Lise's second surgery by Dr. Sam McDonald who will repair Lise's palate. Photos by Jennifer Browning. By Jennifer Browning Port-au-Prince, HAITI--Taking the bumpy, winding road up to the Partner's...

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Mirror of hope

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Jeff St. Elois, 8, looks into a mirror for the first time since his surgery yesterday. A grant provided by The Smile Train to the University of Miami Department of Plastic Surgery made this week's cleft surgeries like St. Elois' possible. Photos by Jennifer...

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Community health in Haiti

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By Julie Megler Thomonde, Haiti--The seventh evening of our adventure and we're indulging in our nightly ritual of counting pills as we listen to music off of Gaby's Ipod. There are thousands of them by the bottle. The whole process is meditatively monotonous, and...

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