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With the Christian Hospital in Sahiwal, Pakistan, running far below capacity, nurses frequently check on patients.
Part 3: The Muslim world | Exporting faith

Together, but worlds apart

Christian aid groups raise suspicion in strongholds of Islam

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / October 10, 2006

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SAHIWAL, Pakistan -- The X-ray machine at the Christian Hospital here is emblazoned with a USAID sticker to promote the US government's donation of top-of-the-line medical equipment. So is the blood bank refrigerator, the auditorium for medical lectures, and the radiology computer -- all sparkling new messages of help for the people of Pakistan, a crucial ally in the war ... (Full article: 2494 words)

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