Friday, January 15, 2010

Haiti Emergence - Doctors Without Borders/MSF need help to keep working

As I admire their work I wrote about Doctors Without Borders last year about their answer to Glaxosmith CEO Andrew WItty, a Harvard Medical School tycoon, that denies that Aids is a neglected disease.
They are at Haiti:

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"Trying to catch people's attention to something so far removed from their daily reality which barely impacts them is hard. But if we cover all bases, we can make in-roads into their awareness."
—MSF nurse Fiona Bass


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Haiti: MSF Treats 2,000 Patients; Working to Expand Surgical Capacity

© Julie Remy

Surgery needs are huge; more than 300 patients in need of surgery have been tranferred from MSF's Martissant health center to Choscal hospital, a facility in the Cité Soleil district.


Meg said...

Doctors Without Borders is a great organization!

Ana said...

Yes! They really care for people.
This is what medicine is all about.

Marj aka Thriver said...

I've seen a lot and have been Tweeting about Haiti. This is an organization I respect. Thanks for raising awareness on their important work.

Ana said...

Thank you too!
Twitter is very important and powefull.