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Cholera Outbreak in Haiti

by Anthony ROBBINS, MD, MPA, Co-Editor, Journal of Public Health Policy


A cholera epidemic has infected more than 700,000 people and killed over 8,000 in Haiti over the last few years, a country of just over 10 million people.

Why did the epidemic strike Haiti, when the disease has been absent from that region for a century? And why has the outbreak been so difficult to control?

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