U.S. medical program for Afghans faces probe

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 7, 2007

Congressional watchdogs have opened an investigation into potential mismanagement of a U.S. medical training program in Afghanistan. The program began in 2003 to reduce death rates for Afghan newborns and mothers, but numerous obstetricians and other healthcare workers have warned the Department of Health and Human Services that the program was in trouble.


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