GMH physicians deny any coercion or corruption

February 12, 2018 Carmen Terlaje

Doctors at the Guam Memorial Hospital deny any coercion or corruption, saying Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr.'s inquiry for a Special Investigation is uncalled for. Dr. Larry Lizama says he would be sworn under oath and be questioned, because there's no problem with the hiring process.

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