Aid shipments aren’t enough to stop Yemen’s cholera epidemic
Yemen’s war frustrates treatmentYahya Arhab/EPA/REX/ShutterstockYEMEN’s cholera death toll last week exceeded 1500, and the number of cases there will soon reach 250,000. Fresh medical supplies should help treat more people, but won’t be enough to stop the epidemic’s spread. Cholera is caused by ingesting food or water contaminated with Vibrio cholerae...
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