A Cause and a Solution for Haiti
Dec 17, 2010
The New York Times, December 2010
Though the cholera epidemic in Haiti has received international attention, ordinary diarrheal diseases have been killing Haitians for years. In fact, diarrhea is the leading killler of children in the country. In his article, Josh Ruxin gives a nod to other countries who have controlled the spread of cholera with simple solutions like oral rehydration therapy and expresses the hope that the international community will help Haiti to do the same.