PEDIATRIC CARE: Yno Bertrand keeps a watchful eye over her infant daughter Carme-Suze Philippe inside a tent doubling as the pediatric ward of Haiti's main and largest public hospital in Port-au-Prince, the Hospital of the State University of Haiti.
PEDIATRIC CARE: Yno Bertrand keeps a watchful eye over her infant daughter Carme-Suze Philippe inside a tent doubling as the pediatric ward of Haiti's main and largest public hospital in Port-au-Prince, the Hospital of the State University of Haiti. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
PEDIATRIC CARE: Yno Bertrand keeps a watchful eye over her infant daughter Carme-Suze Philippe inside a tent doubling as the pediatric ward of Haiti's main and largest public hospital in Port-au-Prince, the Hospital of the State University of Haiti. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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