2014-08-26

Medical Volunteering in Buenos Aires

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How is a typical day volunteering in a community medical center in Buenos Aires?

Tooka is a volunteer from the US who worked for the Medical Center CeSAC #8 in Barracas, Buenos Aires. Together with the pediatrician she was working with they give us a glimpse of one day working at the Medical Center.

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