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The chance of two lifetimes

Hub doctor's trip draws Haitian baby here for vital surgery

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By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / November 3, 2008

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Dumanel Luxama began his life in rural Haiti doubly unlucky. He was born with a rare deformity, a hole in his skull that let his growing brain bulge outward into a lump between his eyes as big as half a tennis ball. And an even larger cyst, swelling unseen inside his brain, threatened to suppress his vital functions and kill ... (Full article: 1263 words)

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