TCOM students help needy in Haiti

Many members of the osteopathic family have mobilized in response to the earthquake in Haiti. TCOM students Joanna Gibbons, Steve Miller and Bill Betz have traveled to Haiti in the wake of the disaster to care for injured on the Caribbean island.  They left this past weekend and should return in the next few days after treating fractures, infections, severe wounds and even a four-day-old newborn.

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