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At Hospital Albert Schweitzer (where I traveled last February to write about the hospital's struggle to care for the wounded in the quake's aftermath), the …

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Lukas Biewald discusses the crowdsourced relief efforts in Haiti: The advantages of a flexible crowdsourcing workflow to managing disaster relief are huge. Businesses like crowdsourced …

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On a workbench in the backroom at the new rehabilitation facility is a brown plastic foot, about a woman's size 6, with a carefully carved …

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This is David Charles, one of just a dozen Haitian physical therapists in the entire country. David works at Hospital Albert Schweitzer. He trained in …

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Bel Jean still hopes to be a priest. But there is a problem. "You need two arms to elevate the mass," explains the 29-year-old, raising …

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I can bear the adult patients with amputated limbs, red and raw stumps oozing, waiting stoically on cots spilling out into the hallways. The toes …

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I took American Airlines flight #18 from JFK airport to Port-au-Prince on Feb. 24, only the second such commercial flight to land in post-earthquake Haiti …

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