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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Jordan Tappero
"If you don't have a place to defecate, where solid waste can be cleaned up then you openly defecate," Tappero said.
"This is the greatest public health intervention that could be implemented in Haiti, but it's a long-term strategy, it's not a fix tomorrow," said Dr. Jordan Tappero, director of the Health Systems Reconstruction Office for the CDC's Center for Global Health. "Our goal is to eliminate transmission of cholera."