Dr. Liz Hay, a University of Kentucky resident certified in pediatrics and adult and child psychiatry, examined a boy in Mayasandra, India, at a clinic for children with special needs. A multidisciplinary team from Lexington has visited the clinic annually since 2009.
Dr. Liz Hay, a University of Kentucky resident certified in pediatrics and adult and child psychiatry, examined a boy in Mayasandra, India, at a clinic for children with special needs. A multidisciplinary team from Lexington has visited the clinic annually since 2009.
Dr. Liz Hay, a University of Kentucky resident certified in pediatrics and adult and child psychiatry, examined a boy in Mayasandra, India, at a clinic for children with special needs. A multidisciplinary team from Lexington has visited the clinic annually since 2009.

Medical brigade from Lexington travels to India to care for 'special children'

April 06, 2014 10:13 PM

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