Follow up: What Was Lost in Haiti

Posted on April 12, 2010 
Filed Under Dr. Colbert in Haiti

If y’all remember Wilifred from Dr. Colbert’s story in the The New York Post a few months ago, he is a young Haitian whose right leg was crushed in the earthquake.  He had screamed in protest not to amputate, and Dr. Colbert, who assisted in the surgery, promised he’d get him a state-of-the-art prosthesis.  Here is Wilif

Wilifred in Port-au-Prince on April 8th

Wilifred in Port-au-Prince on April 8th

red in Port-au-Prince last Thursday.  He loves his new leg, designed and fitted by Hanger, Inc., who now has a major philanthropic presence in Haiti, and is helping thousands of people, mostly young and athletic, walk again.  Hanger is a partner with Dr. C’s foundation in the benefit Rx: Haiti scheduled May 6th.  Please come if you can, or donate $$ if you can. More info at www.nydgfoundation.com/haiti

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