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One by one, we are witnessing the 33Chilean miners being pulled up from the half-mile of rock that has held them captive for more than two months.
Embracing their loved ones is just the beginning to their recovery process.
What impact will this experience have on their mental and physical health? What gave them the ability to survive? Why did it take so long to rescue them?
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