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The New York Times Informs Us “What to Do If You Get Sick Abroad”

By Aaron Solle on August 19, 2016

“Getting sick can put a damper on any vacation, but it can be especially unsettling and even scary when it happens in another country. Here, Matthew Klapetzky, a registered nurse and the clinical director of Passport Health, the travel clinic at the University of Rochester School of Nursing, shares tips on what to do if illness hits you while abroad.”

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