William Skinner, missionary physician, examines
a child during morning rounds in the pediatric ward at Baptist Hospital in Asunción, Paraguay, in 1980. Skinner said many infants he treated were ill because of poor hygiene in low-income homes and because parents often didn’t adequately understand infant needs. The hospital was Southern Baptists’ first in South America.

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