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'Like a nuclear bomb,' cholera and destruction after hurricane in Haiti

PORT-A-PIMENT, Haiti (Reuters) - Patients arrived every 10 or 15 minutes, brought on motorcycles by relatives with vomit-covered shoulders and hoisted up the stairs into southwest Haiti's Port-a-Piment hospital, where they could rest their weak, cholera-sapped limbs.
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