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September 5, 2011 7:21 PM

Cholera still devastating for Haiti's far-flung villages

The cholera epidemic that has claimed thousands of lives in Haiti has fallen from its peak. But the disease, which has infected more than 400,000 Haitians since its initial outbreak a year ago, is continuing to have a major impact on far flung villages.

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