UC Davis ophthalmologists recently volunteered aboard Orbis International’s Flying Eye Hospital, bringing sight-saving surgeries and training to underserved communities in Zambia. By teaching complex techniques to local doctors, they empower specialists to treat preventable blindness long after their two-week mission ends.
by Harry Goldhagen; Published 12/14/20 Angel Sightings is a periodic collection of stories and articles published on other sites that highlight medical heroes and their work. Please share any heroes you come across here. MSF: Saving the Lives of Children with Thalassaemia in Lebanon Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams in Lebanon have been treating children … Read more