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Cholera Outbreak in Yemen Back in early 2016, Yemen ranked third globally for the number of reported cases of cholera, a disease all too common in developing countries with poor access to reliable water and sanitation facilities. Cholera is an infection of the small intestine that, with proper treatment, can be cured in 99 percent of cases; without treatment, it can kill within hours. By October 2016, the disease moved into the headlines in war-torn Yemen as the first wave of one of the worst cholera outbreaks in modern history began.The peak of the first wave came at the end of 2016 and receded by mid-April of 2017, an improvement that was short lived.More than 10,000 cases were reported during the week starting May 8, which was about 75 percent of the total...
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