Bay Area Nurses Departing For Typhoon Relief In Philippines
A group of nurses are leaving the Bay Area Thursday night for the Philippines, to help out in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. Nearly 2,000 nurses have volunteered to make the journey. Betty Yu reports.
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