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A Haitian woman cares from her child at a treatment center in Mirebalais where many patients with cholera receive care. The center is again seeing dozens of new patients a day, many arriving at the edge of death from dehydration. Cholera has sickened at least 370,000 people and killed more than 5,500 since the outbreak started in October, according to the Haiti's health ministry. (Associated Press)

A Haitian woman cares from her child at a treatment center in Mirebalais where many patients with cholera receive care. The center is again seeing dozens of new patients a day, many arriving at the edge of death from dehydration. Cholera has sickened at least 370,000 people and killed more than 5,500 since the outbreak started in October, according to the Haiti's health ministry. (Associated Press)

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