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The airport's tarmac is the last step for the thousands of patients who require constant medical attention. Separated from loved ones, they are loaded onto military planes headed to hospitals across the country. "This is really mind-boggling. I never, never imagined I'd see something like this," says Dr. Oz. "These people working 24/7. Just so heroic. They delivered babies here. It's become a hospital. It used to be an International Airport."

Inside the convention center in New Orleans, many survivors were desperate for medical help.  It was a scene that Dr. Oz says he had never witnessed before.
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FROM: Oprah on Location: Inside the Katrina Catastrophe
Published on September 06, 2005

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