F E B R U A R Y 2 0 0 6 I S S U E
A world of possibilities
Gary Logan traveled more than 3,000 miles to Chulucanas, Peru, to report on a mission to provide care to sick children by a medical team led by Johns Hopkins emergency physician Karen Schneider ("Gracias, Doctores"). The team saw more than 150 patients per day during the two-week trip and treated tropical diseases without many of the tools they rely upon in Baltimore. "I was surprised by how resourceful they were," says Logan, the associate director of communications and public affairs for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. "You can't necessarily zero in on one thing. You have to think about all of the possibilities."
Warts and all
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