An ophthalmologist remembers his time spent at a mission hospital in Pakistan
After September 11, 2001, TV bulletins about attempts to destroy al-Qaeda and the Taliban featured footage of Quetta, a city in Pakistan on the fabled North West Frontier, just south of Afghanistan's Kandahar (see Map in Simpson). The news recalled memories of the weeks I'd spent there, 42 years previously. More came flooding back as I leafed through the pages of my photo album.
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