Surgeons' dispatch from Cange, Haiti.

  title={Surgeons' dispatch from Cange, Haiti.},
  author={Stephen R. Sullivan and Helena O B Taylor and Thierry Pauyo and Michael L. Steer},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  volume={362 7},
10.1056/nejmp1000976 e19(1) in from Port-au-Prince. With most of the hospitals in the capital city devastated by the January 12 earthquake, the once-remote hospital that was set up to serve the rural poor had become a destination of choice for people injured in the capital. Thanks to the work of Bostonbased Partners in Health (PIH) and its Haitian sister organization, Zanmi Lasante (ZL), medical care in Haiti has improved over the past 25 years. The Cange free clinic, which is 58 km… CONTINUE READING


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