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SAVING LIVES —€” Nurse Jill Gambetta, Dr. Dario Gambetta and Dr. Guy Guilfoy, left to right, tend to 12-year-old Jude, a severely ill patient whose serious condition brought to light the cholera outbreak in Haiti's northwest region. Photo by Nick Sharples
CHOLERA CLINIC — Dr. Ryan Nicholas with Rolling Hills Christian Church tends to one of hundreds of cholera patients in Haiti. About 100 patients came into the clinic each day. Photo by Nick Sharples
HANGING ON —€” A young Hatian cholera patient rests druing treatment. Rolling Hills Christian Church volunteers ran a make-shift cholera clinic that served more than 500 patients in five days. Photo by Nick Sharples
BIG SMILES — Despite the serious cholera outbreak and other challenges Haitin children take time to laugh and pose for the camera. Photo by Nick Sharples
SAVING LIVES —€” Nurse Jill Gambetta, Dr. Dario Gambetta and Dr. Guy Guilfoy, left to right, tend to 12-year-old Jude, a severely ill patient whose serious condition brought to light the cholera outbreak in Haiti's northwest region. Photo by Nick Sharples

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