Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, chats with a patient between appointments in Salama, Guatemala, on August 18. He was part of a team of doctors who visited Guatemala to offer free eye care. Paul, an ophthalmologist, performed cataract surgeries at a Lion's Club eye hospital in Salama.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, chats with a patient between appointments in Salama, Guatemala, on August 18. He was part of a team of doctors who visited Guatemala to offer free eye care. Paul, an ophthalmologist, performed cataract surgeries at a Lion's Club eye hospital in Salama. Washington Post
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, chats with a patient between appointments in Salama, Guatemala, on August 18. He was part of a team of doctors who visited Guatemala to offer free eye care. Paul, an ophthalmologist, performed cataract surgeries at a Lion's Club eye hospital in Salama. Washington Post

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