Todd Bernhardt

director of global communications at International Medical Corps

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International Medical Corps, which is headquartered in LA, is providing medicines, critical care equipment, and health care personnel to Ukraine as the conflict with Russia continues.

From mental health care to oxygen supplies, IMC provides Ukrainians with what they need

International Medical Corps, which is headquartered in LA, is providing medicines, critical care equipment, and health care personnel to Ukraine as the conflict with Russia continues.

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