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Remote Hawaiian home of leprosy patients could open up more to the public

pjstar.com — HONOLULU - A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives. Now called Kalaupapa National Historical Park, the site is now only open to 100 adults per day.

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider - The Monitor: Apnews

themonitor.com — Once the last patient dies, the National Park Service would like to open the park to more visitors, including children, according to a draft of the agency's long-term management plan. The patients at the site - who chose to continue living at Kalaupapa after the mandatory exile of leprosy patients there was lifted by the state in 1969 - range in age from 92 to 73.

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

washingtontimes.com — HONOLULU (AP) - A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives. Now called Kalaupapa National Historical Park, the site is now only open to 100 adults per day.

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

bigstory.ap.org — HONOLULU (AP) - A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives. Now called Kalaupapa National Historical Park, the site is now only open to 100 adults per day.

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

usnews.com — FILE -This Aug. 12, 2008, file photo, shows an aerial view of Kalaupapa Peninsula on Molokai, Hawaii. A handful of people with leprosy are still living full time on the isolated peninsula, but the National Park Service is already making plans to overhaul buildings and allow more visitors to the area when the last of the patients dies.

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider - Richmond.com: Ap

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

star-telegram.com — A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives.

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

wral.com — A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives. Now called Kalaupapa National Historical Park, the site is now only open to 100 adults per day.

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hosted.ap.org — HONOLULU (AP) -- A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives. Now called Kalaupapa National Historical Park, the site is now only open to 100 adults per day.

Remote home of leprosy patients could open door wider

timesunion.com — HONOLULU (AP) - A remote peninsula that has been the home of leprosy patients since the 19th century could be opened more fully to the public as the last remaining residents near the end of their lives.
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