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Stanford doctor discusses experience in Haiti

As previously reported, a team of Stanford physicians and nurses, including Paul Auerbach, MD, recently spent two weeks providing medical care to survivors of the Haiti earthquake. This morning, Auerbach was a guest on KQED's Forum, where he discussed his experiences and the situation in the country. Audio from the live call-in show can be found here.

Previously: Treating the injured amid the apocalypse of Haiti and Stanford medical team returns from Haiti

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