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BELARUS. 1997. Chidlren's Home #1, Minsk. After feeding, an attendent soothes a boy born without eyes Paul Fusco / Magnum Photos

BELARUS. 1997. Children's Home #1, Minsk. A boy with non-working legs lies on a cot in a hallway. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. Minsk. Babies Home #1. A hydrocephalic baby in the intensive care unit. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. The boys on the floor. The children are fed on the floor. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

RUSSIA. CHERNOBYL/BELARUS. 2000. Nurse, Alla Kamarova, at the Childrens Home No. 1. Minsk, Belarus is feeding an infant whose brain is contasined in a membraine growing from the back of his skull. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. Minsk. Children's Home #1. This hospital receives many of the most deformed babies soon after their births. Katya, 3 years old, was born with multiple sclerosis. Nurse Nina Azarkova, who takes care of her everyday, gives her a hug. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. These boys spend each day huddled on a mat. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. Minsk. Thyroid Cancer Center. 2000. Ward room. These women have all been operated on for thyroid cancer. The rate of thyroid cancer has skyrocketed by 1500 percent. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. Gden. 1997. In the "Hot Zone," an impoverished mother and her daughter live in the evacuation zone. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos

BELARUS. 1997. Novinki Asylum, Minsk. These boys are unable to walk. They move by crawling, rolling, or sliding. Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos