Four guests from Afghanistan visited Loma Linda University recently as part of the on-going exchange program between Kabul Medical University and Loma Linda University. Pictured are (front row, from left) Sayed Gazanfar, MD, former dean, School of Medicine, Kabul Medical Institute, and World Health Organization consultant; Cheragh Ali Cheragh, MD, president, Kabul Medical Institute; and Bashir Noormal, MD, deputy director, Ministry of Health, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. (Second row, from left) Jerry Daly, MA, MSLS, Loma Linda University Afghanistan project coordinator, and director, Del E. Webb Memorial Library; Sardaraqa Habib, MD, professor of pathology, Kabul Medical University; and Ibriham Seraj, MD, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology, School of Medicine. (Third row, from left) William Hughes, PhD, director, educational services, Loma Linda University; Roy V. Jutzy, MD, professor of medicine, School of Medicine, and coordinator, LLU continuing education programs for Afghanistan; Geoff Jutzy, on-site LLU representative in Afghanistan; Kenneth R. Wright, PhD, assistant professor of pathology and human anatomy, School of Medicine; Eric Rajah, president, Advanced Systems, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada; and Richard H. Hart, MD, DrPH, chancellor, Loma Linda University. The Afghanistan representative were on campus to discuss the educational exchange program between the two universities.