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Sewage in hospital operating room among poor Indian health conditions

After killing much of the native population, then assigning survivors to desolate reservations, the U.S. government established a range of programs to serve American Indians. Now, a new report demonstrates government health care is another way they are disregarded. The study by the Department of Health and Human Services’ internal watchdog describes Indian Health Service […]
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