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Philippine Natives Spearheading Typhoon Relief

With the death toll in the thousands, Terre Haute cardiologist Dr. Primo Andres says that his home country is in desperate need of assistance. It can take around two to three months to ship supplies to the island, so the doctor is organizing a collection for anyone who wants to donate.
Many Philippine natives are working to help make sure their friends and families are taken care of.

With the death toll in the thousands, Terre Haute cardiologist Dr. Primo Andres says that his home country is in desperate need of assistance.
   
It can take around two to three months to ship supplies to the island, so the doctor is organizing a collection for anyone who wants to donate.

"The best way is to send funds really. But then they can buy the supplies locally and send them to where they're needed right away. This is critical in the first several days following the typhoon," said Dr. Andres.

Dr. Andres will is also spearheading a medical trip to the affected area in January.
   
If you would like to donate to the relief efforts just call (812) 238-1216.
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