As aid arrives, some Haitians reluctant to seek treatment for injuries
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As aid arrives, some Haitians reluctant to seek treatment for injuries

Waseem Saeed, plastic surgeon and member of the British aid group Merlin, talks about the reluctance on the part of some Haitians to seek treatment over the fear that a limb or limbs could be amputated. (David Brown/Photos by AP, Getty/The Washington Post)

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