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Critics protest health post pick

President resolute; Mass. physician's theories criticized

By Alan Wirzbicki and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / November 18, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Democrats yesterday called on President Bush to reconsider the appointment of Massachusetts physician Eric Keroack to a top position supervising federal family-planning programs, and researchers cited by Keroack to argue for teaching teenagers sexual abstinence said he mischaracterized their work. (Full article: 755 words)

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