Sunday, March 7, 2010

HBOT Holds Hope For Haitian Violinist's Hand

Blind violinist Romel Joseph somehow survived the quake that killed his pregnant wife and destroyed his Port-au-Prince music school, and hyperbaric physicians at Jackson Memorial in Miami are still working to save his gifted left hand. We first met Joseph in Katie Couric's interview, following, from late January. Stevie Wonder has since visited, and we were pleased to get another progress report in Sunday's Washington Post. The story gives the seismic tragedy in Haiti a face and a soundtrack like no other. And we can only hope for a Hollywood ending in the fullness of time.

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