The Hunting Report recounts story of Global Rescue’s medical evacuation of a member in Mozambique

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October 6, 2009

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When one of our members had difficulty with his eyesight in Mozambique, after a bumpy Jeep ride, he called Global Rescue for assistance. That call very likely saved his eyesight. Barbara Crown, editor of The Hunting Report, recounted the story recently in detail here.  

“I urge anyone who travels to remote locations, even in the US, to join Global Rescue,” the member told The Hunting Report. “They promptly responded to my problem without any hassles, put me in the hands of top-notch medical providers and closely followed my progress. I can assure you my family and I will be lifelong members. In fact, my son is in Cambodia as I write this, and it gives me a great deal of peace knowing he is a member of Global Rescue.”

 

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