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In this Monday, Sept. 6, 2010 photo, a Nigerian woman holds her young daughter, who is suffering from cholera, at a village health clinic in Ganjuwa in Nigeria's northern Bauchi State. Health officials, some with surgical masks covering their faces, sprayed anti-bacterial solution on muddy paths in this village, and patients jammed into rudimentary clinics as the government struggled to contain a cholera epidemic that has killed nearly 800 people in two months. The worst epidemic in Nigeria in 19 years is spreading to Cameroon, Chad and Niger, where it has killed hundreds more people. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
Photo by: Sunday Alamba
In this Monday, Sept. 6, 2010 photo, a Nigerian woman holds her young daughter, who is suffering from cholera, at a village health clinic in Ganjuwa in Nigeria's northern Bauchi State. Health officials, some with surgical masks covering their faces, sprayed anti-bacterial solution on muddy paths in this village, and patients jammed into rudimentary clinics as the government struggled to contain a cholera epidemic that has killed nearly 800 people in two months. The worst epidemic in Nigeria in 19 years is spreading to Cameroon, Chad and Niger, where it has killed hundreds more people. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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