Tran Huu Hoa, 80, sitting in his room at the Van Mon Leprosy hospice compound. Hoa was scared, desperate and on the verge of suicide after his leprosy diagnosis in 1958, fearing he’d never work or marry in an age when lepers were completely shunned from Vietnamese society.

Tran Huu Hoa, 80, sitting in his room at the Van Mon Leprosy hospice compound. Hoa was scared, desperate and on the verge of suicide after his leprosy diagnosis in 1958, fearing he’d never work or marry in an age when lepers were completely shunned from Vietnamese society.

Tran Huu Hoa, 80, sitting in his room at the Van Mon Leprosy hospice compound. Hoa was scared, desperate and on the verge of suicide after his leprosy diagnosis in 1958, fearing he’d never work or marry in an age when lepers were completely shunned from Vietnamese society.

Tran Huu Hoa, 80, sitting in his room at the Van Mon Leprosy hospice compound. Hoa was scared, desperate and on the verge of suicide after his leprosy diagnosis in 1958, fearing he’d never work or marry in an age when lepers were completely shunned from Vietnamese society.

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