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August 13, 2019
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International organizations working on the ground in the Democratic Republic of Congo have focused on building community trust as the Ebola outbreak has worn on.
August 13, 2019
Manager Accused of Squelching Abuse Report at U.S. Indian Health Service Center Quits
Subordinates said a U.S. Indian Health Service manager ordered them not to report allegations of child sexual abuse at Unity Healing Center in North Carolina.
August 1, 2019
Coal Miners To Demand Congress Restore Full Black Lung Benefits Tax
Dozens of coal miners are expected to press federal regulators and members of Congress to address an epidemic of the advanced stage of black lung disease during a visit to Capitol Hill.
July 23, 2019
Medical, Leadership Problems Persist at U.S. Indian Health Service Hospital, Report Finds
Even after overhaul, watchdog cites issues at facility on Rosebud Sioux reservation; separate report criticizes handling of opioids at five Indian hospitals.
July 22, 2019
Judge Orders Expanded Oversight for Mentally Ill New Yorkers In Supported Housing
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U.S. Indian Health Service Revamps Rules for Sexual-Abuse Reporting at Substance-Abuse Facility
The U.S. Indian Health Service has overhauled sex-abuse reporting practices at a troubled North Carolina substance-abuse treatment center after allegations its managers mishandled a 2016 incident.
July 2, 2019
Pedophile Doctor Faces Board That Could Take Away His Pension
A former government pediatrician who has been convicted of sexually assaulting his Native American patients now faces a military-style disciplinary board that could strip him of his pension, a senior U.S. health official said in a letter.
June 28, 2019
Regulators Resist Call For Action In Response To Black Lung Epidemic
The nation's top coal mine safety regulator told members of Congress on Thursday that existing safety regulations are sufficient to protect miners from toxic dust, despite calls for change amid an epidemic of advanced black lung disease among coal miners in Appalachia.
June 21, 2019
A Suicide Attempt, an Order to Keep Silent: A U.S. Agency Mishandled Sex-Abuse Claims
The Indian Health Service discouraged employees from alerting law enforcement when they suspected coworkers of sexual misconduct with Native American youngsters. ā€˜Do not contact anybody,ā€™ a manager ordered.
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