Doctors Who First Saw U.S. Diplomats Hurt In Cuba Say Symptoms ‘Cannot Be Faked’ | NBC NewsDoctors Who First Saw U.S. Diplomats Hurt In Cuba Say Symptoms ‘Cannot Be Faked’ | NBC News
Dr. Michael Hoffer of the University of Miami and Carey Balaban, Ph.D, of the University of Pittsburgh present their findings on U.S. diplomats hurt in Cuba during a news conference in Miami. The findings are being released in a new study in the medical journal Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology.
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Doctors Who First Saw U.S. Diplomats Hurt In Cuba Say Symptoms ‘Cannot Be Faked’ | NBC News
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