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Life in the time of Cholera

The United Nations says cholera in Haiti is worse than it had at first thought -- that it is now in all provinces of the country, that the number of people dying from cholera is probably higher than the estimate of about 1300, and that within six months Haiti will likely see 200,000 cases. Grim news. Paul Sebring, is in Haiti, as part of the Materials Management Relief Corps. He manages medical supplies for hospitals, orphanages and aid groups in Haiti. Nanci Murdock is a co-director of MMRC global. She's in Montreal managing the website and donations to make sure Paul can continue his work work on the ground in Haiti.

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