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Dr. Louis Maxime Edouard wanted to be a doctor in his native Haiti to help his people. In 2014 Edouard began to lose his sight beginning with his peripheral vision. A tumor was pushing against his optic nerve. Dr. Will Caldwell of Novant Health who does volunteer work in Haiti at a clinic created by Give Hope Global and brought Edouard to Charlotte to have the tumor removed.
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