Cholera in Yemen — An Old Foe Rearing Its Ugly Head

Yemen, a country with a population of approximately 25 million located at the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, is now experiencing one of the largest cholera outbreaks in recent history. The outbreak, which began in late October 2016 and is reportedly due to Vibrio cholerae O1, serotype…

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