No one questions, nor should question, the need to visit a concentration camp museum, or national monuments dedicated to the many lives given in honorable causes, Normandy Beaches, cemetery at Srebrenica, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, ... Paying homage to such places is important to us all. This museum is such a place. One enters the world of those who lived there and suffered there. Isolated from the world. I learned a lot about leprosy, it’s victims, the care givers, the funding for the care, the medical treatments, the lack of them. It is a sad place and it is an important place to visit.
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