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August 16, 2013 12:00 AM

Bullard: Medical providers came together to perform a miracle at Mission Midlands

I witnessed a miracle last weekend. The Cantey Building on the State Fairgrounds was transformed from a vacant, empty shell of a building into a vibrant, buzzing bee-hive of activity. An army of volunteers descended on the building, cordoning it into waiting areas, service areas, an eye-care center, a pharmacy, computer set-ups for patient intake and discharge and cubicles for examinations or just storage of the vast amount of supplies necessary for the Mission Midlands.

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