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The story of the doctors and nurses at St Mary's Hospital, Lacor

Sunday 26 May 2002, 1.30-2.00pm
Dr Yoti Zabulon and Nurse Stanley Washington Babu
Junior doctor Yoti Zabulon (left) treated ebola patients at St. Mary's, Lacor throughout the epidemic. With him is Nurse Stanley Washington Babu, who contracted ebola while nursing others, but made a successful recovery.
Gulu refugee camps and St Mary's paediatric ward
Children of the refugee camps in Gulu Province, threatened by the ebola outbreak. Mothers with babies attending St Mary's paediatric ward - patients often spend the daytime outside.

Bruno Corrado with Elio Omobono
Bruno Corrado, Deputy Director of the hospital (left) and Dr Elio Omobono - a fundraiser from Bolzano Province, Italy - with the hospital's new incinerator, one of the post-ebola improvements.

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