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Stanford emergency-response team heads to the Philippines

On Friday, several members of Stanford's emergency-response team headed to the Philippines to provide medical assistance in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Stanford Hospital videographer Todd Holland was on the scene as the team prepared, and he captured the beginning of their journey in the video above.

Previously: New Stanford Hospital team ready to mobilize for disaster relief, Treating the injured amid the apocalypse of Haiti, Reports from Stanford medical team in Haiti and Stanford sends medical team to Haiti

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