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A Life Dedicated to Public Health Service

and Diane Caves were colleagues in the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response and friend in Haiti before the earthquake.

In January 2010, Diane Caves was on a 3-week assignment from CDC to improve HIV/AIDS programs in Haiti when the massive 7.0 earthquake struck, killing her and 230,000 others on the island. She was 31 years old and the only CDC employee to die in the tragedy. Diane’s reasons for going to Haiti were typical Read More >

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