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For patients, a room at the casa

Youths here for treatment get aid

By Jimmy Cronin
Globe Correspondent / May 2, 2004

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Julito Zepeda was born in Combarbala, a mining town on an arid plain in the foothills of the Chilean Andes Mountains. Since his birth, he has dealt with a medical condition that causes veins to proliferate and swell on his face, requiring three to four operations a year. (Full Article: 873 Words)

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