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Treatment, friendship, stories, comfort: A visit to MSF's reconstructive surgery hospital
"We heard a lot of stories over the two days we were at the hospital; patients from Iraq, Gaza, Syria, and Yemen, young and old, war-wounded people who have been through more than I could have ever imagined..."
08 Apr 2019 / 7 minute read
Life and death at sea
I am walking alone along a boardwalk by the sea after disembarking 417 passengers in Italy. I am trying to process the events of the last three days and feel numb.
09 Dec 2016 / 9 minute read
Picture the effects of having a vegetable peeler applied to someone’s buttocks, plus or minus the backs of the legs, penis, testicles, and back. That’s what it looks like when some has fuel burns.
06 Dec 2016 / 4 minute read
Evidence of war
"While the vast majority of people with amputated extremities are men/boys, there is no discrimination by age or gender for burns"
03 Oct 2014 / 2 minute read
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