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Cooper doctors push toward Haiti to help

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010



WHYY’s Susan Phillips is traveling with a group a doctors trying to lend a hand to victims of the earthquake in Haiti.

On Monday morning, Susan told WHYY’s afternoon anchor Brad Linder that the group of doctors from Cooper University Hospital in Camden was trying to secure safe passage into Haiti.

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4 Comments

  • Vincent Reginalds says:

    Keep Haiti in your hearts on Valentines Day! Instead of a traditional card, I’ve posted a photo of my better half on the Haiti: Wall against Hunger – at http://wall.wfp.org

  • mary maupin says:

    I am a nurse at Cooper and work with Nancy who is in Haiti.We are so proud of her and all the staff sent there to help. Some of the nurses who work with Nancy listen to NPR espicially early in the morning to listen to Susan Phillips who is there with the staff. We listen with the hope of being able to hear Nancy who just might be on the air reporting of her work there. We heard her voice this morning and were crying… just to hear her and of the work she and the other cooper staff is providing there. We love you Nancy. We are praying for you and all the staff there and espicially for the sick and all the
    Haitians. God bless you all!

  • Laurel Rudnik says:

    Dr. Ian Butler is my son and I really appreciate the coverage that you are giving the Cooper team. Thank you for the risks that you are taking to bring us these informative reports.

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