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REPORT: providing health care where basic needs are unmet

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Waiting for the mobile clinic, Emazwini, Malawi by Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick

Transmitting medical knowledge and implementing health care in locations where basic health care is limited or non-existent is undertaken by medical personnel, volunteers, research teams, and funding agencies from around the world. The need is great and the levels of health care in remote areas vary widely. The conditions for such delivery of care seen from the perspective of those Americans served by a good system can be eye-opening and devastating. The results of technical expertise and the generous spirit that accompanies the bringing of better care enrich and inspire the experience of those involved.

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Plastic Surgeon, Morocco Kris Giacobbe

Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick and Kris Giacobbe are Princeton area photographers who in very different ways and in different locations report back to us through their images and their stories in the exhibition REPORT: providing health care where basic needs are unmet. Hohmuth-Lemonick has received support for her work from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Nieman Foundation for Journalists at Harvard, and others. Giacobbe has traveled with Physicians for Peace.

Art Times Two, the gallery at Princeton Brain and Spine, is honored to be able to showcase these concerned photographers, and will make available their photographs for six months, from April to November 2013. There is a reception for the artists open to the public on April 23, from 5:00-7:00 pm.


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