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Iran's arrest of doctors jeopardizes US program

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / September 9, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Two celebrated Iranian doctors who participated in a US-funded exchange program have been arrested in Iran and accused of using their global AIDS work to destabilize the Iranian government, according to State Department officials and former students at Harvard's School of Public Health who are seeking their release. (Full article: 1102 words)

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