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Myanmar Aid: 'Trying to Make the Best of Things'

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Myanmar Aid: 'Trying to Make the Best of Things'

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Myanmar Aid: 'Trying to Make the Best of Things'

Myanmar Aid: 'Trying to Make the Best of Things'

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The death toll continues to climb in Myanmar, and the military government is still refusing to allow foreigners experienced in managing humanitarian crises to reach survivors of the cyclone.

Co-host Renee Montagne talks about the relief effort with Frank Smithuis of Doctors Without Borders in Yangon.

Smithuis says aid workers and survivors are "trying to make the best of things."