The state of health in Central Asia is critical, but the odds are stacked against anyone finding out about it in the media by Jeremy Druker BRATISLAVA, Slovakia–The paradox is striking and the consequences can be fatal: though life expectancy has plummeted in Central Asia since the fall of the Soviet Union, though shortages in […]

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