Examining Haiti’s health conditions

    Just more than a year since a devastating earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haitians face chronic health problems. Aside from  injuries sustained from the quake, which killed 250,000 people, a Cholera outbreak has taken even more lives.

    In our first hour of Radio Times, join host Marty Moss-Coane as she talks to WHYY reporter Susan Philips, who’s just returned from Haiti. Marty will also talk with Dr. Evan Lyon, a physician working with the group Partners in Health; and Trinity College and U.S. Institute of Peace Haiti expert Robert Maguire.

    Listen live at 10 .am. on 90.9 FM.

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