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Haitians Under U.S. Treatment Are Often Separated From Families

The U.S. has brought medical services to thousands of Haitians. But a bureaucratic tangle has left some struggling to find loved ones who were taken away for treatment.

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"When they leave, who’s going to stay behind to pay the price for it?" she asked. "Us."

Write to Sheri Fink at sheri.fink@propublica.org

 
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