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Oct 11, 2011

Oct 11, 2011

Relief groups report rising cholera in Africa, Haiti

(CIDRAP News) – Health groups fighting cholera outbreaks in Africa and Haiti are reporting increasing numbers of cases, prompting calls for more attention and coordination from the global community.

Aug 24, 2011

Aug 24, 2011

Gene study links Haiti's cholera outbreak to Nepal

(CIDRAP News) – A whole-genome sequencing study of Haiti's cholera outbreak strain has produced strong evidence that United Nations peacekeepers from Nepal brought the disease into the country, according to a study published yesterday.

May 09, 2011

May 09, 2011

Study bolsters UN source for Haiti's cholera outbreak

(CIDRAP News) – An epidemiologic study by French researchers of the initial days of Haiti's cholera outbreak builds a stronger argument linking the importation of the bacteria to the arrival of United Nations (UN) peacekeepers from Nepal than a recent report from the UN's independent experts did.

May 05, 2011

May 05, 2011

Experts link Haiti cholera outbreak to human actions, foreign strain

(CIDRAP News) – A report from an independent panel of the United Nations (UN) on the source of Haiti's cholera outbreak yesterday stopped short of blaming Nepalese soldiers at a UN peacekeeping base, emphasizing that a combination of factors led to the outbreak that has so far sickened almost 300,000 people.

Mar 17, 2011

Mar 17, 2011

Researchers predict high 2011 cholera toll in Haiti

(CIDRAP News) – US researchers are predicting on the basis of mathematical modeling that Haiti could have close to 800,000 cholera cases and 11,100 deaths this year, more than three times the 250,000 cases counted since the epidemic began last fall.

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