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Emergency doctors are beginning to leave Haiti six weeks after a devastating earthquake left thousands dead and many more injured. An update on conditions there, humanitarian efforts, and what’s next for the beleaguered Caribbean nation.
- Adam Robinson Vice Admiral Adam M. Robinson Jr. assumed duties as the 36th Surgeon General of the Navy and Chief of the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery on August 27, 2007.
- Ron Waldman Dr. Waldman is the Coordinator of US government Medical and Health Emergency Response located in Haiti (USAID).
- Carolyn Miles Chief Operating Officer and Executive VP for Save the Children.
- James Kimsey James V. Kimsey, Chairman of the International Commission on Missing Persons, Chairman Emeritus of Refugees International. Founding CEO & Chairman Emeritus of America Online, Inc.
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