Published in Vaccine Weekly, August 10th, 2011
"The more quickly injured people receive care, the more likely they are to survive," said Norris, chief of Emergency Medicine at Stanford Hospital & Clinics.
Although Norris and the seven other Stanford Hospital & Clinics doctors and nurses who joined him on the relief mission were among the first international medical responders to arrive, three days elapsed between the quake and their departure for the island nation. Those 72 hours...
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