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Clothed in his blue personal protective equipment (PPE), the chemist depicted in this 2013 photograph was in the process of mixing a bleach solution in a blue-colored bottle, like the ones seen in PHIL 18291 through 18293. Here, he’s shown standing at a table, upon which was displayed the paraphernalia used in the mixing of this bleach solution including a pipette, reagent test kit, note pad, and calculator, as well as other items. This laboratorian worked for the non-governmental organization (NGO), Haitian Group for the Study of Kaposi’s Sarcoma and Opportunistic Infections (GHESKIO), in a lab on the GHESKIO grounds in Port-au-Prince. With CDC support, GHESKIO is distributing bleach, as a way to fight cholera across Haiti.
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Creation Date:2013
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