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Wasting Away series

In a city ravaged by the highest rate of AIDS case in the nation, the D.C. Health Department paid millions to nonprofit groups that delivered substandard services or failed to account for any work at all, even as sick people searched for care or died waiting. A ten-month Washington Post investigation found AIDS money was given to one of the most notorious drug dealers in D.C. history, people that submitted fake resumes and consulting contracts, and groups without offices, staff or any background in health care.

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