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CIA doctors’ roles in post-911 interrogations “eviscerated” ethical standards, report says

The role that licensed health professionals played in detainee interrogations during and after the American invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan seriously undermines professional ethics standards, according to a report released in November by the Institute on Medicine as a Profession. The report calls on state licensing boards to ensure that their professional regulations are enforced for violations by licensees in the military.

The role that licensed health professionals played in detainee interrogations during and after the American invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan seriously undermines professional ethics standards, according to a report released in November by the Institute on Medicine as a Profession. The report calls on state licensing boards to ensure that their professional regulations are enforced for violations by licensees in the military.

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