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Boats Keep Aid Flowing Along Amazon River

by Mattia Cabitza
Dec 1, 2012 (Weekend Edition Saturday) — For some of the more isolated communities in Peru's Amazon, the river is the highway and the only way that goods and people get about. This means that getting medical attention can be a challenge, and that's where hospital ships come in.

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