Medical Teams International volunteer, Dr. Stephen Boyer, cares for a child in Tabasco, Mexico following severe floods

Medical Teams International volunteer aids Mexican flood victims

Dr. Stephen Boyer, an emergency room physician from Portland, Oregon, recently returned from two weeks in Tabasco, Mexico with Medical Teams International. Boyer and two nurses provided medical care for victims of the recent flooding that left thousands homeless. The team treated hundreds of people per day for flood-related illnesses like skin infections, pneumonia and dengue fever. This was Boyer's seventh volunteer mission with Medical Teams International.

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Kal Felen says ... on Sunday, Nov 15 at 1:17 PM

Dr. Stephen Boyer is a highly abusive, dishonest, malicious person. He is also an obsessive stalker and harasser. He has been seen mocking children who are coughing. He will turn his head away when they cough and give smirk-looks to his friends.

Sylvia Reisenbigler says ... on Wednesday, Oct 15 at 6:34 AM

Does anyone have a contact for Dr. Boyer? Thanks.

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