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As you may have heard from any number of sources this week, New Orleans Post-Katrina is still a pretty rocky place. However, there are some signs of improvement. The health care system, which was almost broken by the hurricane, has improved — albeit slowly. Dr. Karen DeSalvo has kept us updated on hospitals and health care in the city since the hurricane hit, and she's back now, to tell us how it's going.

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