Patients in Papua New Guinea get new hands


“Seeing patients without a finger or two is pretty common in Papua New Guinea.  Many folks lose them in injuries with bush knives, or chop them off themselves as a sign of grief when a loved one has died….”   Read More

Dr. Erin Meier (the author of this piece) has a blog – check it out.

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2 Responses to Patients in Papua New Guinea get new hands

  1. Janet Reinhart says:

    The link to the article doesnt work completely

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