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November 15th, 2013
09:53 PM ET

Doctors Without Borders help typhoon survivors

When a huge disaster strikes, you can count on finding the group Doctors Without Borders. That's certainly the case in the Philippines. The organization is working to set up an inflatable hospital in hard hit Tacloban. Anderson spoke to Doctors Without Borders' Damien Moloney.

Click here to learn more about what Doctors Without Borders is doing in the Philippines.

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  1. Kezia

    Please check Villamor Air Base and the other transports to Tacloban and Samar. Doctors and other medical personnel are volunteering, but many of them are not being allowed to come because they are prioritizing the relief goods & other personnel, not realizing that these medical people are even more important. They wouldn't even let them bring their medicines , supplies and equipment, that's why those few who find ways to actually go, have to give up a lot of space in their own backpacks to smuggle as much medicines as they can. It makes us very angry and frustrated when they turn away people who could make a big difference.

    November 16, 2013 at 5:31 am |

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