Ho Chi Minh
“... attempts to secure cooperation from Tu Du Hospital have led to bureaucratic run arounds.”
Previous attempts to secure cooperation from Tu Du hospital have led to bureaucratic run arounds. We are pushing forward in the hope that the results will be different this time, but note that expectations should be kept low.
6 Vietnamese Arrested for Allegedly Trying to Sell 2 Newborn Babies in China
Initial investigation showed that the four men and two women were paid by ring leaders in Ho Chi Minh City… to transport the two babies to China for sale…
The child is still facing severe medical problems, in part due to the concealed medical records at the hospital in HCMC.
As of April 8, 2008 the following provinces do not allow U.S. officials to conduct independent field inquiries: An Giang, Binh Thanh, Thuah Thien Hue, Phu Tho, Quang Nam, Ninh Binh, Thai Nguyen, and Thanh Hoa. In addition, U.S. officials have not been allowed to conduct independent field inquiries at Tu Du hospital in Ho Chi Minh City.
Adoption OI #018-08CA
Tu Du Hospital
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