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7 Experts To Read On The Desperate Health Crisis In Syria

In the second installment of Syria Deeply’s Experts to Watch series, meet seven doctors and researchers doing incredible work on public health in Syria. More than five years into the war, the public health sector in many parts of Syria is on the brink. Medical infrastructure, particularly in opposition-held areas of the country, has been crippled by frequent, targeted attacks.
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