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PBS NEWSHOUR

How Syria’s shattered health care system affects civilians

  • Aired: 03/10/2014
  • 07:07
  • Rating: NR
After three years of war, the more than 4 million refugees who are displaced within Syria face a health care disaster. Save the Children estimates 60 percent of that country's hospitals have been damaged or destroyed and nearly half of its doctors have fled, among other dire statistics. Michael Klosson of Save the Children joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss the crisis.
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