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    Wall Street Journal article finds incompetence in laboratory sweatshops leads to inaccuracies in common medical tests, including cholesterol measurement and Pap smears, usually due to lax laboratory procedures; about one in four cases of cancer go undetected.
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    The Progressive reports on the lucrative business selling Korean babies for adoption in the United States.
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    Chicago Reporter does article on women-owned "front" companies grabbing federal aid to minority businesses.
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    Chicago Sun-Times finds campaign files of the Kane County sheriff list two contributors linked to a Chicago abortion clinic scandal where phony doctors performed abortions on women who weren't pregnant.
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    Des Moines Register article examines the ethical and legal dilemmas raised when a court orders a woman to undergo a Cesarean section.
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    Kansas City Star does articles on an incompetent surgeon; 60 percent of the women whose breasts he removed did not have cancer; he also had a terrible record on breast implants; finds the Kansas Board of Healing Arts responded inadequately.
  • Mafia is neck-deep in New York's multi-billion dollar apparel industry

    Women's Wear Daily finds Mafia is neck-deep in New York's multi-billion dollar apparel industry; Fairchild News Service uses 150 interviews, scrutinizes thousands of documents to make its case.