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Stanford medical team returns from Haiti

An eight-person team of Stanford physicians and nurses returned home Sunday from a medical aid mission to Haiti. Stanford physician Anil Menon tells KGO-TV:

The hardest part that made me cry, sitting there seeing more patients than you could possibly see and you had to decide who you were going to see first.

More coverage of the team's return home can be found here.

Previously: Reports from Stanford medical team in Haiti

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