South African magazine highlights Botswana medical evacuation

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September 8, 2010

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From the August edition of African Hunting Gazette:

“A hunter with a potentially fatal heart condition is safe and recovering at home in the USA after Global Rescue medically evacuated him from a remote safari camp in Botswana to a hospital in South Africa where he underwent complex heart surgery that saved his life…

…Global Rescue has come to the assistance of hunters in Mozambique, Ethiopia, Botswana, Alaska and the Kamchatka Peninsula, as well as members in Tanzania, Zambia, Nigeria and Burkina Faso.”


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