Health woes in tsunami zone escalate
Health experts warn 150-thousand people could die from illnesses and infections if basic services aren't restored to tsunami-stricken areas by the end of the week.
So far, the World Heath Organization says there have been relatively few cases of diarrhea and cholera. But the group says dangerous infections are turning up in otherwise superficial wounds. Doctors say without clean water, disease could cause wounds that require amputating limbs. They also say dirty water could leave scores of children with diarrhea and pneumonia.