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Haiti Loses Its U.S. Lifeboat
Posted on: Mar 15, 2010, Source: ProPublica
The U.S.S. Comfort, the symbol of U.S. humanitarian aid and generosity, left Haiti last week. The U.S. military has judged that its relief mission has been completed.
Haitians Under U.S. Treatment Are Often Separated From Families
Posted on: Feb 2, 2010, Source: ProPublica
The U.S. has brought medical services to thousands of Haitians. But a bureaucratic tangle has left some struggling to find loved ones who were taken away for treatment.
Top Secret CIA Cables Reveal Daily 'Medical Updates' on Abu Zubaydah, Who Was Waterboarded 83 Times
Posted on: May 29, 2009, Source: ProPublica
The still-secret cables are among some 550 interrogation-related cables sent from CIA field stations to CIA headquarters in 2002.
The Sick Logic of the CIA Memos: Abuse Isn't Torture If a Doctor Is There
Posted on: Apr 25, 2009, Source: ProPublica
Perhaps the most chilling aspect is that medical professionals apparently conducted a form of research on the detainees, without their consent.
Hospitals' Lessons From Hurricane Gustav
Posted on: Sep 5, 2008, Source: ProPublica
The pre-storm medical evacuation -- the largest in American history -- revealed some critical flaws in American hospitals.
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