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Look inside one of our hospitals in the north of Syria to see how we are treating people who are dealing with health conditions other than war injuries, which in Syria are becoming just as deadly. vimeo.com As the conflict in Syria shows no sign of abating, the number of people in need of urgent medical care increases day by day. Aside from those injured by the war…
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Find out more about how we are treating people in the north of Syria. www.msf.org.uk Syria: Diabetes, shrapnel wounds and newborn twins – an MSF hospital
Hear from US surgeon Steve Rubin who is working to treat common health problems in one of MSF's hospitals in northern Syria. vimeo.com US Surgeon Steve Rubin describes his work in one of MSF's hospitals in northern Syria, where MSF treats common health problems as well as injuries inflicted…
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Dr Jamal has worked as a doctor in Syria for more than 35 years and is now working in one of MSF's hospitals in northern Syria. Here, he describes how the extraordinary circumstances of the war are leading to extraordinary medical conditions among people in Syria. vimeo.com Dr Jamal has worked as a doctor in Syria for more than 35 years and is now working in one of MSF's hospitals in the north of the country. Here, he describes…
Read more about what US surgeon Steven Rubin has to say about working in Syria. www.msf.org.uk Steve Rubin, an MSF surgeon, discusses the medical needs in Syria, where common health problems soon turn deadly when usual healthcare is unavailable.