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Lest We Forget: A Doctor's Experience with Life & Death During the Ebola Outbreak

Join us at the Last Bookstore with Kwan Kew Lai

Kwan Kew Lai will share with us about her time volunteering during the greatest Ebola outbreak in history when she spent three months caring for Ebola patients in Liberia and Sierra Leone.

When:  Monday, May 27, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

Where:  The Last Bookstore | 453 South Spring Street

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$15.95 General Admission

Tickets must be purchased via Eventbrite.  Note that this event is not sponsored by the Wellesley Club of Los Angeles.

About the speaker:  Kwan Kew Lai is an infectious disease specialist. More than a decade ago, after first volunteering in the aftermath of the South Asian tsunami, she left her position as a full-time professor of medicine and now divides her time between practicing clinical medicine and aiding with disaster relief in various parts of the world. Seeing the horrific effects of the Ebola outbreak on the people of West Africa, she felt a moral obligation to be both a participant and a witness of the efforts to stamp out this epidemic. Recently she volunteered in Greece in refugee camps for refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Iran and the Sub-Saharan Africa and in the biggest refugee camp in the world for the Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

We look forward to seeing you!