HVO celebrates silver anniversary

By Jennie McKee

Volunteers provide care, training around the world

Treating the mangled hand of a patient who was bitten by a baboon isn’t something U.S. orthopaedists often do. It’s equally uncommon to make a “house call” to a monastery to see a Buddhist monk with a flail arm.

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