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The Future Health of Haiti

The initial anarchy in Haiti has settled down. Most people severely injured by the earthquake have received help. But doctors and relief workers say a second wave of emergencies is building – at exactly the time when the world's attention is starting to fade.

David Ansell recently returned from treating earthquake victims in Haiti. He's Chief Medical Officer at Chicago's Rush University Medical Center – just one of dozens of Chicago-area doctors and nurses to make the trip. He recently talked with WBEZ's health and science reporter Gabriel Spitzer.

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