U.S. ambassador to Haiti Peter Mulrean, left, listens to Jacklin St. Fleur, hospital director, while they visit the Saint Nicolas Hospital during the comprehensive cervical cancer initiative, in Saint-Marc, Haiti, Wednesday Dec. 2, 2015. A new health program was launched to battle deadly cervical cancer in an impoverished Haiti, which has the world’s highest rate of the preventable disease.
U.S. ambassador to Haiti Peter Mulrean, left, listens to Jacklin St. Fleur, hospital director, while they visit the Saint Nicolas Hospital during the comprehensive cervical cancer initiative, in Saint-Marc, Haiti, Wednesday Dec. 2, 2015. A new health program was launched to battle deadly cervical cancer in an impoverished Haiti, which has the world’s highest rate of the preventable disease. Dieu Nalio Chery AP
U.S. ambassador to Haiti Peter Mulrean, left, listens to Jacklin St. Fleur, hospital director, while they visit the Saint Nicolas Hospital during the comprehensive cervical cancer initiative, in Saint-Marc, Haiti, Wednesday Dec. 2, 2015. A new health program was launched to battle deadly cervical cancer in an impoverished Haiti, which has the world’s highest rate of the preventable disease. Dieu Nalio Chery AP

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