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Making Miracles Happen in Mexico

The volunteers of Scripps’ Mercy Outreach Team have been changing lives in Mexico for more than three decades



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Scripps’ Mercy Outreach Team

Scripps volunteers travel to southern and central Mexico to provide much needed care to children with birth defects or injuries. These teams not only work wonders for patients’ self-esteem, they bring the opportunity for a better life. Check out the impressive stats and find out how you can help. Also, read about the innovative exoskeleton helping paraplegic patients at the Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas Rehabilitation Center.

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