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DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21: American Dr Dan Murphy examines a small boy at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor who has been running the acute care health clinic since 1998 sees an average of over 300 people daily offering free medical care. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria, dengue fever and tuberculosis. As East Timorese wait for the next round of the Presidential elections they are hoping for positive change. Current numbers put Fretilin Party candidate, Francisco Guterres ahead with over 28%, with former military chief Taur Matan Ruak over 25 % and President Joe Ramos Horta approximately 18%. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21:  American Dr Dan Murphy examines a small boy at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor who has been running the acute care health clinic  since 1998 sees an average of over 300 people daily offering free medical care. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria, dengue fever and tuberculosis. As East Timorese wait for the next round of the Presidential elections they are hoping for positive  change. Current numbers put Fretilin Party candidate, Francisco Guterres ahead with over 28%, with former military chief Taur Matan Ruak over 25 % and President Joe Ramos Horta approximately 18%. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

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DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21: American Dr Dan Murphy gives a prescription to a mother for her son's skin condition in the examination room at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor who has been running the acute care health clinic since 1998 sees an average of over 300 people daily offering free medical care. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria, dengue fever and tuberculosis. As East Timorese wait for the next round of the Presidential elections they are hoping for positive change. Current numbers put Fretilin Party candidate, Francisco Guterres ahead with over 28%, with former military chief Taur Matan Ruak over 25 % and President Joe Ramos Horta approximately 18%. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21:  American Dr Dan Murphy gives a prescription to a mother for her son's skin condition in the examination room at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor who has been running the acute care health clinic  since 1998 sees an average of over 300 people daily offering free medical care. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria, dengue fever and tuberculosis. As East Timorese wait for the next round of the Presidential elections they are hoping for positive  change. Current numbers put Fretilin Party candidate, Francisco Guterres ahead with over 28%, with former military chief Taur Matan Ruak over 25 % and President Joe Ramos Horta approximately 18%. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

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DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21 : Dr. Dan Murphy of the United States examines a small boy at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor, who has been running the free acute care health clinic since 1998, sees an average of over 300 people daily. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria. Variants of dengue fever and tuberculosis are also common. East Timor is one of the world's poorest nations and the life expectancy is 62 years. Forty five percent of children in Timor are underweight for their age. Overall, 41 percent of East Timorese live below the national poverty line. Despite significant improvements, health status in Timor-Leste is poor. Low rates of use of public health services present a major challenge to improving the health of the people of the country. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21 :  Dr. Dan Murphy of the United States examines a small boy at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor, who has been running the free acute care health clinic since 1998, sees an average of over 300 people daily.  East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria. Variants of dengue fever and tuberculosis are also common. East Timor is one of the world's poorest nations and the life expectancy is 62 years. Forty five percent of children in Timor are underweight for their age. Overall, 41 percent of East Timorese live below the national poverty line. Despite significant improvements, health status in Timor-Leste is poor. Low rates of use of public health services present a major challenge to improving the health of the people of the country. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

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DILI, EAST TIMOR- APRIL 20 : A boy has a cut on his head cleaned at the Bairo Pite Clinic (BPC) April 20, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The clinic serves as a full service acute care clinic for many that cannot afford to pay. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria. Variants of dengue fever and tuberculosis are also common. East Timor is one of the world's poorest nations and the life expectancy is 62 years. Forty five percent of children in Timor are underweight for their age. Overall, 41 percent of East Timorese live below the national poverty line. Despite significant improvements, health status in Timor-Leste is poor. Low rates of use of public health services present a major challenge to improving the health of the people of the country. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

DILI, EAST TIMOR- APRIL 20 :  A boy has a cut on his head cleaned at the Bairo Pite Clinic (BPC) April 20, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The clinic serves as a full service acute care clinic for many that cannot afford to pay. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria. Variants of dengue fever and tuberculosis are also common. East Timor is one of the world's poorest nations and the life expectancy is 62 years. Forty five percent of children in Timor are underweight for their age. Overall, 41 percent of East Timorese live below the national poverty line. Despite significant improvements, health status in Timor-Leste is poor. Low rates of use of public health services present a major challenge to improving the health of the people of the country. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

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DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21: East Timorese wait to be seen by Doctor Dan Murphy at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor who has been running the acute care health clinic since 1998 sees an average of over 300 people daily offering free medical care. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria, dengue fever and tuberculosis. As East Timorese wait for the next round of the Presidential elections they are hoping for positive change. Current numbers put Fretilin Party candidate, Francisco Guterres ahead with over 28%, with former military chief Taur Matan Ruak over 25 % and President Joe Ramos Horta approximately 18%. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

DILI, EAST TIMOR- MARCH 21: East Timorese wait to be seen by Doctor Dan Murphy at the Bairo Pite Clinic March 21, 2012 in Dili, East Timor. The doctor who has been running the acute care health clinic  since 1998 sees an average of over 300 people daily offering free medical care. East Timor is plagued by many health issues especially diseases like resistant and non-resistant forms of malaria, dengue fever and tuberculosis. As East Timorese wait for the next round of the Presidential elections they are hoping for positive  change. Current numbers put Fretilin Party candidate, Francisco Guterres ahead with over 28%, with former military chief Taur Matan Ruak over 25 % and President Joe Ramos Horta approximately 18%. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)