Aleppo’s dying children and shattered health system: is there light at the end of the tunnel?

The Conversation, 23 August 2016
Author: Zaher Sahloul
“The Syrian crisis is now in its fifth year. The country’s health services are under unprecedented strain due to the protracted war, deliberate targeting of health staff and infrastructure by the Syrian regime and Russian forces, the exodus of physicians and nurses, shortages of medical supplies and medications and the disruption of medical education and training.”
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