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Indian Health Service Declines to Release Report on Sexual Abuse
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U.S. Indian Health Service Doctor Indicted on Charges of Sexual Abuse
Charges against the South Dakota physician come amid numerous probes into the U.S. Indian Health Service's safety record.
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The U.S. agency is under pressure to improve care for the 2.6 million Native Americans it serves.
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In eastern Congo, in a region already devastated by a quarter century of war, an Ebola outbreak has spiraled into the second-largest epidemic on record.
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