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How a warehouse can save limbs, lives - Dispatches From Haiti

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Greg Mercer

  • In late March 2011, Record journalist Greg Mercer heads back to Haiti a year after first reporting on a medical aid mission that included doctors and nurses from St. Mary’s General Hospital in Kitchener. He'll be covering ongoing work to modernize the Hopital Universitaire de la Paix in Port au Prince, in a country still struggling to rebuild after its devastating earthquake. FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER @Greg_Mercer