'Anti-Semitism Cover-up' Rocks Sweden's Most Prestigious Hospital

A former department head at Karolinska hospital, affiliated with the body that grants the Nobel Prize in Medicine, is accused of anti-Semitic behavior toward Jewish doctors. Haaretz speaks to one of his alleged victims to hear about years of alleged bullying

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The entrance to Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden.
The entrance to Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden.Credit: JONAS EKSTROMER / SCANPIX SWEDEN

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