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DISASTER RESPONSE

Supplies still en route, medical team awaits an enormous task

Sister Elida Vixamar received aid from a Colombian soldier yesterday in Port-au-Prince. The International Medical Surgical Response Team’s cache of medical supplies was to arrive today. Sister Elida Vixamar received aid from a Colombian soldier yesterday in Port-au-Prince. The International Medical Surgical Response Team’s cache of medical supplies was to arrive today. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / January 16, 2010

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For one more night, they must wait before they can begin their mission in this earthquake-shattered city: to ease suffering, to save lives. (Full article: 580 words)

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