Doctors Without Borders

Global Health
2:08 am
Wed November 28, 2012

Seattle doctor back from Congo, learned to diagnose better

A refugee couple fled their village due to the fighting earlier this year in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
Emily Lynch MSF

The latest violence in central Africa is resonating with a group of doctors in the Puget Sound area. They’re medical relief workers who take time off from local clinics and hospitals to work in battle zones. Some are sharing their stories tonight, Nov. 28th, at a film screening in Seattle sponsored by Doctors Without Borders (details below). 

For example, Dr. Terra Bowles is just back from her third stint in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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