The Role of Military Doctors in Abu Ghraib

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An article in the journal The Lancet charges that doctors at the prison knew of the mistreatment, yet allowed it to continue. We consider the involvement of doctors in the Iraqi Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal.

Dr. Steven Miles professor of medicine, Center for Bioethics at the University of Minnesota Medical School

Dr. Vincent Iacopino, M.D., former medical director, Survivors International. Director of research, Physicians for Human Rights in Boston.



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