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The United Nations warned Wednesday that respiratory and waterborne diseases (search) could break out in areas affected by southern Asia's tsunami disaster "in the next few days."
What can be done to stop the spread of disease? We'll ask forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden.
We'll get an update on relief efforts in the region from FOX News' Adam Housley live in Phuket, Thailand, and FOX News' Megyn Kendell reports on the Bush administration's response to the tragedy.
Plus, hear an incredible story of tsunami survival from Julie and Casey Sobolewski.
And, the search is on for Aaron Davis, an American who moved to Thailand two months ago to teach English. His aunt, Lynn Lacey, join us with her family's heartbreaking story.
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