Three hours at Nohana

Sunday, September 14, 2008 - 10:28 in Psychology & Sociology

“I just want to see how bad things are in the clinic,” Jennifer Furin said, grabbing a stethoscope from her bag and heading out the door of the small stone house perched on a Lesotho mountainside. “It’s a ‘doctor fear’ that someone is bleeding out while I’m standing here eating chocolate.” read more

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