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Project Resilience: Panzi Hospital’s Life During Wartime

By Ladner Lim Kristin
About two years ago a friend of mine in California told me about a  story on National Public Radio about the war in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Called “Africa’s World War” because of the estimated five million people killed there since 1996, it’s been called by human rights experts  the deadliest conflict since World War II. To…
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New York’s Next Mayor? Christine Quinn’s Dad Helps; A Neck Jab For Hot Flashes; Big Ms. Foundation Donor Tells All; Lipitor for Everyone?

By Womens Voices for Change
With Dad in tow, the mayor of Libby Drive looks ahead: August may be vacation time for many. For New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, 42, the weeks have been as packed as ever, between a recent summit on cyber-safety and a judge’s ruling on health insurance for nursing home employees. As many reporters (and many of her supporters)…
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