Alexandre Mana, 22, does exercises with Handicap International physical therapist, Caryn Brady, 30, after having both feet amputated from earthquake-related injuries in the General Hospital in Port au Prince, Haiti on Feb. 10, 2010. Just over a month after the earthquake, thousands of new amputees are facing the bracing reality of living with a disability in a shattered country whose terrain and culture have never been hospitable to the disabled.
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