Medical Care in Haiti

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Long before last week's devastating earthquake, one prize-winning writer observed "the absences of the most basic things" in that country, including clean water. He reported on a on the central hospital in Port-au-Prince, a place without doctors, nurses or patients. Tracy Kidder is author of Mountains beyond Mountains.  His op-ed column last week in the New York Times was titled "Country without a Net."




Warren Olney