Mercy Ships helps in Madagascar

June 24, 2015

The ministry Mercy Ships has been in Madagascar for the last several months and earlier this year it helped a man in his 60's by the name of Sambany. Russ Holmes, Mercy Ships director of development, says the man had a tumor growing that began years ago as a tiny spot. "But by the time he arrived on board the African Mercy in February it was a 16-pound tumor," Holmes tells OneNewsNow.


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