July 14, 2011

CIA Shatters Trust in Medicine

Alanna Shaikh, Foreign Policy

AP Photo

In a world where social cohesion is eroding rapidly, people still trust their health-care providers. Despite everything we know about medical care in much of the world -- poor care, discrimination, under-the-table payments, and doctors who put their own interests first -- people still open the door when you say "I'm a doctor, and I want to help."

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