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March 17, 2009 3:56 AM

California's Shriners hospital gives medical help to 6 Iraqi girls

Six girls, all from Iraq, are in Sacramento for treatment of burns and orthopedic problems that cannot be treated in their homeland, where the medical system has been ravaged. Thanks to Shriners and a nonprofit group called Children in Need International, the girls are getting some of the best care that America has to offer, for free.

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