Agoura couple brings hope, medical training to distant lands

. Physician and his wife just completed a monthlong medical mission in West Africa


MENTOR—Dr. Neil Shocker discusses patient care with emergency room physicians in Ghana, Africa.
Physicians should always treat their patients with respect and compassion, says Dr. Neil Shocket of Agoura Hills.
The doctor and his wife, Lori Justice-Shocket, recently completed a monthlong volunteer medical mission in West Africa with the global health education organization Project Hope.
Founded in 1958, Project Hope—“Hope” is an acronym for Health Opportunities for People ...

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