New York Times reports on Inspector General’s Evaluation of Medical Care for PCV Nick Castle

Nick Castle was a Peace Corps Volunteer serving in China. He died while under the care of the Peace Corps doctor. There has been much controversy over the medical treatment that Castle received. His family has filed suit against the Peace Corps, charging that his death was avoidable. The New York Times  published an article, “Trail of Medical Missteps in Peace Corps Death“, July 25, 2014, detailing the events leading up to Castle’s death. The Inspector General of the Peace Corps has now completed her evaluation of the care that PCV Castle received immediately before his death. That report has not been released to the public.The New York Times has published a new article, by Sheryl Gay Stolberg, following up on the earlier article. and does includes the statement that the Inspector General found ““cascading delays and failures in the treatment” of Mr. Castle.

To read the entire NYTimes article, here is the link:http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/25/world/report-faults-care-of-peace-corps-volunteer.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news



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