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New Life and Limbs at Shriners
Posted on Sat, May 15, 2010
Three Haitian girls - each missing a limb because of Haiti's earthquake - arrived at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia to be evaluated for prostheses. The medical relief effort is a collaboration among Haitian musician Wyclef Jean's charitable Yele Foundation; the Global Medical Relief Fund; and Shriners, a network of 22 pediatric hospitals that treat eligible children free of charge.
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