Doctors without Protection
Tuesday, 19 May 2020
AN orphaned baby girl was found inside a hut in Kepanjen, Malang, East Java, in 1912. Her parents are dead because of the plague that also killed most of the people in the regency. Luckily, doctor Cipto Mangunkusumo found her during a visit to treat villagers. He took the baby and adopted her, giving her the name, Pesjati, which was taken after ‘Pes’ the Indonesian name of the plague. Her name is forever bound to the plague cause...
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