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VENEZUELA/
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April 05, 2008 
Julio Guzman, an indigenous Yanomami, has his eyes check by a Venezuelan government doctor in Puerto... 
Puerto Ayacucho, Venezuela 
An indigenous Yanomami has his eyes check by a Venezuelan government doctor in Puerto Ayacucho in the... 
Julio Guzman, an indigenous Yanomami, has his eyes check by a Venezuelan government doctor in Puerto Ayacucho in the southern Amazonas state, 831 km (520 miles) from Caracas, April 4, 2008. One of President Hugo Chavez's health initiatives called Mission Miracle or 'Mision Milagro', is now in its fourth year providing free eye surgery to Latin America's poor. The project has helped more than 400,000 people recover from blindness or improve their vision, according to Venezuelan officials. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA) 
HEALTH INDONESIA POLIO
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April 12, 2006 
An Indonesian child receives the polio vaccine in Jakarta April 12, 2006. Indonesia began a fifth round... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
An Indonesian child receives the polio vaccine in Jakarta 
An Indonesian child receives the polio vaccine in Jakarta April 12, 2006. Indonesia began a fifth round of mass inoculations against polio on Wednesday, aiming to reach nearly 24 million children in a drive to eradicate the crippling disease. REUTERS/Beawiharta 
CANADA POLITICS
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December 02, 2005 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Stephen Harper (L) is greeted by supporters while arriving for a... 
Winnipeg, Canada 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Harper is greeted by supporters in Regina 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Stephen Harper (L) is greeted by supporters while arriving for a campaign stop in Regina December 2, 2005. The main opposition Conservative Party, regularly accused of planning to scrap Canada's creaking publicly funded health care system, promised on Friday to cut wait times for treatment if elected, but stressed it would not create a parallel private network. REUTERS/J. P. Moczulski 
CANADA POLITICS HARPER
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December 02, 2005 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Stephen Harper (R) takes a question from a reporter as Member of... 
Winnipeg, Canada 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Harper takes question from reporter in Winnipeg 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Stephen Harper (R) takes a question from a reporter as Member of Parliament Steven Fletcher (L), Canada's first paraplegic MP, looks on during a campaign announcement outlining the party's health care platform in Winnipeg, December 2, 2005. The main opposition Conservative Party, regularly accused of planning to scrap Canada's creaking publicly-funded healthcare system, promised on Friday to cut wait times for treatment if elected, but stressed it would not create a parallel private network. The Conservatives -- bidding to end 12 years of Liberal rule in the January election -- have had great trouble persuading Canadians that they want to improve rather than kill off the national medicare system. REUTERS/J. P. Moczulski 
CANADA POLITICS HARPER
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December 02, 2005 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Stephen Harper (R) looks back at Member of Parliament Steven Fletcher... 
Winnipeg, Canada 
Stephen Harper looks back at Member of Parliament Steven Fletcher in Winnipeg 
Conservative Party of Canada leader Stephen Harper (R) looks back at Member of Parliament Steven Fletcher (L), Canada's first paraplegic MP, during a campaign announcement outlining the party's health care platform in Winnipeg, December 2, 2005. The main opposition Conservative Party, regularly accused of planning to scrap Canada's creaking publicly-funded healthcare system, promised on Friday to cut wait times for treatment if elected, but stressed it would not create a parallel private network. The Conservatives -- bidding to end 12 years of Liberal rule in the January election -- have had great trouble persuading Canadians that they want to improve rather than kill off the national medicare system. REUTERS/J. P. Moczulski 
BLAIR BRITAIN REVOLT
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May 07, 2003 
A nurse checks the drip of a patient in the cardiothoracic unit at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield,... 
Sheffield, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
A NURSE CHECKS THE DRIP OF A PATIENT IN THE CARDIOTHORACIC UNIT AT A HOSPITAL IN SHEFFIELD. 
A nurse checks the drip of a patient in the cardiothoracic unit at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, May 7, 2003. The hospital is part of the Sheffield Teaching Hospital's NHS (National Health Service) Trust, which is one of 32 hospital trusts across England that have made preliminary applications for NHS Foundation Trust status. Members of Britain's parliament are expected to vote on Wednesday evening on a bill proposing radical reform of the state-run hospital system. HALTH REUTERS/Darren Staples DS/MD/JV 
CANADA HEALTH
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October 25, 2002 
Senator Michael Kirby (L) walks by Dr. Wilbert Keon after the release
of the the Kirby Report, a Senate... 
Ottawa, Canada 
SENATE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN KIRBY WALKS BY DR KEON AFTER RELEASE OF
REPORT ON HEALTH CARE. 
Senator Michael Kirby (L) walks by Dr. Wilbert Keon after the release
of the the Kirby Report, a Senate Committee studying the future of
Canadian health care in Ottawa, October 25, 2002. The Report says that
there should be an additional C$5 billion ($3.2 billion) a year pumped
into the system in order to make the publicly-funded system fiscally
sustainable well into the future. REUTERS/Str

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CANADA HEALTH
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October 25, 2002 
Senator Michael Kirby responds to questions on the Kirby Report, a
Senate Committee studying the future... 
Ottawa, Canada 
SENATE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN KIRBY COMMENTS ON RELEASE OF HEALTH CARE
REPORT. 
Senator Michael Kirby responds to questions on the Kirby Report, a
Senate Committee studying the future of Canadian health care, in
Ottawa, October 25, 2002. The Report says that there should be an
additional C$5 billion ($3.2 billion) a year pumped into the system in
order to make the publicly-funded system fiscally sustainable well into
the future. REUTERS/Str

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CANADA HEALTH
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October 25, 2002 
Senator Michael Kirby comments on the release of the the Kirby Report,
a Senate Committee studying the... 
Ottawa, Canada 
SENATE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN KIRBY COMMENTS ON RELEASE OF HEALTH CARE
REPORT. 
Senator Michael Kirby comments on the release of the the Kirby Report,
a Senate Committee studying the future of Canadian health care, in
Ottawa, October 25, 2002. The Report says that there should be an
additional C$5 billion ($3.2 billion) a year pumped into the system in
order to make the publicly-funded system fiscally sustainable well into
the future. REUTERS/Str

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