A special team of eight doctors has been formed to monitor the health of Slovak President Rudolf Schuster, who believes the Slovak medical establishment let him down during his near-death from a ruptured colon in 2000.
Schuster agreed to listen to the doctors' advice, and to undergo regular tests. The doctors, most of whom are well-known specialists, will provide their services free.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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29. Jan 2003 at 14:52