Articles by Saba Imtiaz and Declan Walsh
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
May 13, 2014
KARACHI, Pakistan — Until recently, polio was considered a poor man’s problem in Pakistan — a crippling virus that festered in the mountainous tribal belt, traversed the country on interprovincial buses, and spread via infected children who played in the open sewers of sprawling slums.