Haiti cholera superstition

Haiti cholera superstition

Some People In Haiti Think Cholera Is Superstition and Witchcraft.

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Cholera may be staying in Haiti permanently... Are you Serious?

BAD News... WORSE News... It looks like Cholera is here to stay in Haiti... According to Dr. Glenn Morris, director of the Emerging Pathogens...


Some People In Haiti Think Cholera Is Superstition and Witchcraft

There is a witch-hunt going on in Haiti for cholera witches... Some people in Haiti believe witch doctors are bringing cholera to town, they think...


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