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Specialists warn of health disaster

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / September 2, 2005

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Louisiana and Mississippi are facing what could be the nation's worst public health disaster in many decades in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, health specialists said yesterday, as a region already known for poverty and chronic health problems braces for an extended period with limited access to water, food, power, and even essential medicines like asthma inhalers. And, just as ... (Full article: 730 words)

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