Over the weekend, word spread that an outbreak of cholera has sprung up on Haiti, the island nation that was devastated by an earthquake nine months ago.
While the pictures may not be as dramatic as the ones viewers saw during the earthquake, the disease has the potential to kill or seriously affect thousands of people.
The TV news organizations have dispatched a number of correspondents and producers to the area to cover the outbreak.
CBS News has its medical correspondent, Dr. Jon LaPook on the island, where he will give his first report on the “CBS Evening News” tonight.
ABC News medical editor Dr. Richard Besser is in the country covering the outbreak, and filed a report for”Good morning America” this morning. Video of that report, after the jump.
NBC News’ chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman was in St. Marc, which Snyderman calls “the epicenter of the cholera epidemic.”
We’ve reached out to all of the networks, and will update this story when we hear back.
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