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Assessing Syria's Basic Health Care Needs In Wartime

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Host Rachel Martin speaks with Abdulghani Sankari of the Syrian American Medical Society. Sankari is a Syrian-American doctor based in Detroit, and in January he visited Syria and its borders with Jordan and Turkey to assess health care there. He says the Syrian health care system has been overwhelmed not just by traumatic injuries from war, but by basic primary care needs.
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