Cuban doctor Misael Hernández, at a clinic in Venezuela. He recalled that more than once, criminals put guns to his head and demanded that he revive others who had been shot to death. ‘One day they brought in one criminal with his guts hanging out. I had to call an ambulance and scream that he was alive, even though that was not true, to save my own life.’
Cuban doctor Misael Hernández, at a clinic in Venezuela. He recalled that more than once, criminals put guns to his head and demanded that he revive others who had been shot to death. ‘One day they brought in one criminal with his guts hanging out. I had to call an ambulance and scream that he was alive, even though that was not true, to save my own life.’ Courtesy
Cuban doctor Misael Hernández, at a clinic in Venezuela. He recalled that more than once, criminals put guns to his head and demanded that he revive others who had been shot to death. ‘One day they brought in one criminal with his guts hanging out. I had to call an ambulance and scream that he was alive, even though that was not true, to save my own life.’ Courtesy