Cholera in West Africa

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The IV needle in Fatoumata's arm, at a government-run cholera clinic with no electricity, in Coyah, about an hour's drive from the capital of Conakry, Guinea, Aug. 17, 2012. Médecins Sans Frontières is responding to a cholera outbreak in Guinea, which is affecting coastal areas and inland. Two emergency MSF cholera treatment centers in Conakry are receiving around 60 new cases per day, and a third treatment center opened over the weekend.