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Vincent Iacopino

Medical Director

Human Rights Centre

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Background Information

Employment History

Medical Director

Survivors International


Affiliations

Berkeley

Senior Research Fellow


Physicians for Human Rights

Senior Medical Advisor


Independent Forensic Expert Group

Member


University of Minnesota Medical School

Adjunct Professor of Medicine


Retired Brigadier General Stephen Xenakis

Senior Medical Advisor for Physician


University of Minnesota , USA

Senior Medical Advisor


Education

M.D.

University of California , Berkeley


PHR DC


medical degree

Georgetown University Medical School


Web References(113 Total References)


Statement from IFEG calling for the release of Dr Sebnem Korur Fincanc

irct.org [cached]

Vincent Iacopino, MD, PhD, Medical Director, Physicians for Human Rights


www.irct.org

Vincent Iacopino, MD, PhD, Medical Director, Physicians for Human Rights


www.ucconsortium.org

/ Connie de la Vega, USF School of Law / Vincent Iacopino, Senior Medical Advisor to Physicians for Human Rights


www.rendon.com

Vincent Iacopino, Doctor, Physicians for Human Rights


Guantanamo Doctors Hid Evidence of Torture

www.worldcantwait.net [cached]

Writing in the online journal PLoS Medicine, Physicians for Human Rights senior medical adviser Vincent Iacopino and retired Brig.
"There was no mention of any cause for these injuries," Iacopino and Xenakis write. Iacopino and Xenakis, however, have served as medical experts for defense lawyers at Guantanamo. That's given them unique, privileged access to detainee medical records, which form the basis of their assessment. (They don't substantiate the allegation of forcible injections.) Xenakis is dismayed by what he's found. The great majority of the medical lassitude he says he's witnessed occurred between 2002 and 2006. But, he says, "the implications of this conduct, including the fact that the medics did not identify it, still has an effect on what happens there." In some cases, medical treatment appeared to be conditionally administered. "Several detainees indicated that access to medical care was linked to cooperation with the interrogators," Iacopino and Xenakis write. In one case, medical personnel certified a detainee as fit to continue being interrogated "after several periods of unconsciousness." Neither the Pentagon nor Joint Task Force-Guantanamo, which oversees detention operations at the base, have seen Iacopino and Xenakis' article. (See update below.) But Maj. Update: Now that the Defense Department has seen Iacopino and Xenakis' article, Bradsher emails the following response:


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