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Homerun Hosting hospital patients from abroad Aug 1, 2014 | 3:19Sue Montgomery is hosting three-year-old Waina, and her mother. They travelled from Haiti to get treatment at the Montreal Shriners Hospital. Homerun's Sonali Karnick speaks with Sue about the challenges and rewards of hosting a patient.
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Homerun Hosting hospital patients from abroad Aug 1, 2014 | 6:51Sue Montgomery is hosting three-year-old Waina, and her mother. They travelled from Haiti to get treatment at the Montreal Shriners Hospital. Homerun's Sonali Karnick speaks with Sue about the challenges and rewards of hosting a patient.
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