Medical Segregation

Monday, January 09, 2006

For over 100 years, Hawaii's Molokai Island served as a notorious leprosy colony. Thousands of people were exiled there, with the first arriving in 1866. John Tayman joins us with some of their stories of struggle and survival, as told in his new book The Colony.

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