A year after the devastating Haiti earthquake, there has been “encouraging” progress in public health in the island nation.
One high spot has been the almost complete recovery of HIV/AIDS programs in the country, according to an article online in the New England Journal of Medicine. The network of clinics already in place has helped address other health concerns, like cholera as well.
Although obstacles remain, the authors said the country’s public health infrastructure has made some steps forward.
(READ the article in MedPage Today)