Top story: With around 200,000 people in need of post-surgical care and countless more still with untreated injuries, doctors say that basic medical supplies are running out in Haiti's hospitals. While international aid continues to pour in, the hospitals are stilling treating hundreds of new patients a day, many of whom have gone without treatment since the earthquake on Jan. 12, and basic supplies like antibiotics and painkillers are running low in both Port-au-Prince and the countryside. Authorities worry about a looming public health disaster with thousands of Haitians still living in camps with poor sanitation.
The U.S. Navy hospital ship docked offshore has also been overwhelmed by patients and officials say it has reached its care limit. The Navy is planning to set up a 3,000 to 5,000 bed temporary hospital onshore to handle the overflow.
More than two weeks after the initial quake hit, Port-au-Prince continues to be rattled by daily aftershocks.
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-By Joshua Keating
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