For medical correspondents in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, being a doctor comes before being a journalist, NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman said, answering criticism over the ethical dilemma of reporters becoming part of the story.
"I guess the best thing I could ask of the critics is come here and walk in my shoes for a day and tell me if you would walk by somebody who has a bone sticking out of his arm," Snyderman told Howard Kurtz on CNN's Reliable Sources. "If you would walk by it, then I guess we're just different people."
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