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For the past two weeks, I have blogged updates from my friend and college roommate, Dr. Anil Menon, as he used his emergency medical expertise to assist in the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake. In all likelihood, this is Anil’s last dispatch from Haiti itself, and it includes the audio from an interview he did with KCBS in which he praises the resilience of the Haitian people and describes some of the long term medical needs of the country. He sent it Friday January 29, 2010 at 09:12

From: Anil S. Menon
Sent at 09:12 ET/Haiti Time

Headed home now.  Thanks for your support.

Anil S Menon

Sent from iPhone

Anil Menon, MD is a clinical instructor at Stanford School of Medicine focused on surgery and emergency medicine. His research interests are Aerospace Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Wilderness Medicine. He graduated from Stanford Med in 2006, received a degree in mechanical engineering in 2003 and became a full ER doctor in 2009. He has practiced medicin in combat in Afghanistan and will be practicing aerospace medicine next year at NASA. Menon is a flight surgeon assigned to the 173rd Fighter Wing (F-15s) of the Oregon Air National Guard, and he’s part of a team sent to Haiti by Stanford.

This entire series is chronicled under the HaitiDrDispatch tag

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