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As part of the effort to address the dire medical situation in Haiti, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is cooperating with regional, national and international institutions to provide medical support and supplies for the ongoing relief effort.
"We are doing all we can at this time given the very difficult circumstances there," said Dr. Joe Laver, clinical director at St. Jude. "We are working with various medical personnel both here and in the region to offer continued assistance as needed."
In recent days, the St. Jude International Outreach team has been in contact with medical staff at Hospital Infantil Dr. Robert Reid Cabral in Santo Domingo, the capital of Haiti's neighbor, the Dominican Republic. St. Jude is offering to consult and provide supplies for the treatment of any pediatric cancer patients who might be in need due to the catastrophe in Haiti. St. Jude also will open several of its critical care beds to Haitian pediatric cancer patients who might require specialized care and must be transported here.
In addition, St. Jude will provide medicines and supplies to a team of regional doctors and surgeons expected to be dispatched to Haiti early next week.
"I want to thank all the donors and partners who have expressed their gratitude to us for offering assistance to the children in Haiti," said Richard C. Shadyac Jr., chief executive officer of ALSAC, the fundraising organization for St. Jude. "On behalf of all those in the St. Jude family, we join the worldwide community in offering our continued prayers and support to the people of Haiti."
January 22, 2010