Missionary vet from Va. treats human patients in post-earthquake Haiti

03/24/2010 | News & Advance (Lynchburg, Va.), The

A veterinarian from Virginia who works with the Christian Veterinary Mission in Haiti said she was able to channel some of her animal care expertise into basic health care for people, including "sewing people up and splinting broken bones," after the 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit the country. The vet said she's continuing with her veterinary work in Haiti, including helping with a vaccination program that was started before the quake.

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