This young mother came to see the American doctors who were visiting at the Doropo Hospital in order to see if they could remove the masses that had grown during the last part of her pregnancy.

The masses turned out to be supernumerary mammary glands, and were successfully removed by a volunteer medical team with the Hanna Project NGO.

This small bush hospital is located in the rebel-occupied northeastern corner of Cote d'Ivoire, West Africa. (image by Tamara Gentuso)
This young mother came to see the American doctors who were visiting at the Doropo Hospital in order to see if they could remove the masses that had grown during the last part of her pregnancy. The masses turned out to be supernumerary mammary glands, and were successfully removed by a volunteer medical team with the Hanna Project NGO. This small bush hospital is located in the rebel-occupied northeastern corner of Cote d'Ivoire, West Africa.
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