A newborn babies foot is examined at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 24, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

Associated Press
A newborn babies foot is examined at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 24, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
A newborn babies foot is examined at the intensive care unit of the Marie Curie children's hospital, on March 24, 2012, in Bucharest, Romania. Dr. Catalin Cirstoveanu is fighting an exhausting and largely solitary battle against a culture of corruption and indifference toward patient welfare that's deeply embedded in Romania.Last year, some 2,800 Romanian doctors _ discouraged by the antiquated and corrupt health system and low wages _left to work in Western Europe, according to the Council of Medics.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
View Comments (0)