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June 15, 2014 11:00 AM

Jeff Colyer: Preventing catastrophe in South Sudan

“Every day we see mothers and children who are on the edge,” Jeff Colyer, a surgeon and lieutenant governor of Kansas, writes of  the two weeks he served in South Sudan as a volunteer for the International Medical Corps.  “If this trend continues, the world could witness the worst famine in decades.”

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