Kidder continues to follow Farmer as he treats the Haitian sick. Farmer tells stories about how one woman's death led him to revise his treatment program, including running an experiment with TB patients. One group received the standard medical treatment. The other group received standard treatments, plus visits from Zammi Lasante workers and stipends to buy better food. Only half of the control group recovered, whereas everyone in the experimental group did. From this, and from discussions with Haitians about their beliefs in sorcery, Farmer concluded he...
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