The difference in cancer care between Haiti and Miami can, without exaggeration, mean life or death | Miami HeraldMiami Herald4 days ago
Two teenage boys in Haiti have advanced forms of cancers with high survival rates. One of them has treatment in Miami and the other is struggling to get treatment in a broken healthcare system in Haiti.
- Miami Herald3 days ago
It is also used 700 miles away in Haiti, a country where deaths from the preventable disease are a growing national problem — and the obstacles to screenings are also similar. “It’s cultural ...
- KMGH 7 Denver2 days ago
The United States supplied the third-highest number of asylum-seekers to Canada in 2017, topped by Haiti (7,785 applicants) at No. 1 and Nigeria (6,005 applicants) at No. 2.
- Bradenton Herald3 days ago
Newly released cancer figures by the World Health Organization estimate the number of annual deaths in Haiti from cervical cancer to be 563.
Cancer is a disease that Haiti cannot afford. And in most cases, it’s a disease the country’s broken healthcare system cannot treat. | Miami HeraldMiami Herald4 days ago
In Haiti, where there is no radiation therapy or access to the HPV vaccine, women are dying from cervical cancer, a disease that’s both preventable and treatable.
- The Boston Globe7 days ago
Gérald Bloncourt, who, after being expelled from Haiti for his role in antigovernment protests in 1946, went to Paris and turned his zeal for social justice into photography that captured ...
- Nature2 days ago
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- The Oklahoman4 days ago
NOV 14, 2018 - SALT LAKE CITY | Wednesday, 14 November 2018 | The First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced dates for the open house, youth devotional ...
Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald Haiti/Caribbean correspondent discusses her latest project | Miami HeraldMiami Herald4 days ago
"If people don't know that the problem exists, then how can you even begin to find a solution?" Miami Herald Caribbean correspondent Jacqueline Charles discusses the Cancer in Haiti series.
National Adoption Day: Family make emotional bid to bring 6-year adoption saga to an end by bringing home boy orphaned after Haiti earthquakesMSN News2 days ago
By Luke Kenton On the eve of National Adoption Day (November 17), a family are making an emotional bid to finally bring back an orphaned boy they ‘fell in love with’ during a medical mission ...