Foreign Country Doctors

Attracted to the first-rate medical facilities and a comfortable lifestyle, an increasing number of foreign doctors are being drawn to rural U.S.A. Click here to watch the video » [showhide type=”transcript” more_text=”Read the Transcript »” less_text=”Close the Transcript”] FRED DE SAM LAZARO: Eutaw, Alabama, is one of the poorest places in the United States, with […]

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Senegal’s Success – In Dealing With AIDS Epidemic

Senegal has all the ingredients for a major AIDS epidemic. In spite of this, it has managed to control the spread of AIDS by addressing multiple vectors of infection. For example, religious leaders in the nation have taken a proactive stance to help their congregations prevent the spread of AIDS. It is also required that […]

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AIDS in South Africa ’00

An update on the AIDS crisis in South Africa as the nation prepares for the 13th International AIDS Conference. Click here to watch the video » [showhide type=”transcript” more_text=”Read the Transcript »” less_text=”Close the Transcript”] FRED DE SAM LAZARO: When democracy came to South Africa in 1994, it was supposed to bridge the huge gap […]

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AIDS in South Africa – Mbeki’s Response

South Africa is a country being devastated by the AIDS virus. Hospital wards are overflowing with patients infected with this disease. The problem is further complicated because South Africa’s President Mbeki has publicly questioned the link between AIDS and HIV. Click here to watch the video » [showhide type=”transcript” more_text=”Read the Transcript »” less_text=”Close the […]

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AIDS in South Africa ’98

In the past five years (1993-1998), South Africa has seen a marked increase in the amount of people infected with HIV. Even in the face of this growing epidemic, there is a great apathy among the people who are in a position to begin to address this problem. [showhide type=”transcript” more_text=”Read the Transcript »” less_text=”Close […]

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Foreign Country Doctors

Foreign-educated physicians area a staple in inner-city hospitals and rural areas, where most U.S.-educated counterparts do not want to serve. This report looks these doctors and they countries they have left behind. [showhide type=”transcript” more_text=”Read the Transcript »” less_text=”Close the Transcript”] FRED DE SAM LAZARO: Foreign-educated physicians are a staple in inner-city hospitals and in […]

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