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Tag Archives: Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

Caring for those in desperate need

Coffee with an Islamic Jihad or a dinghy as transport doesn’t sound like the life of a nurse, but for some it’s just part of the job, writes Annie May. Brian Moller was always going to do humanitarian work. It was ...

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When the smallest difference counts

Many nurses will at times feel like they work in a war zone, but for Sydney nurse Julie Gawthorne it wasn’t just a feeling, but a reality. Annie May reports. Children dying from diseases easily treated with modern medicine, incredible ...

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