Medical liability in the developing world

By Douglas W. Lundy, MD, FACS

Increasingly, the specter of medical liability threatens humanitarian missions

Humanitarian missions to developing nations are both personally and professionally rewarding. Whether through secular or faith-based organizations, physicians perform a noble service in caring for the poor in countries with few doctors and scarce resources.

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