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500-Plus Doctors Sign Open Letter Urging Dutton To ‘Show Compassion’ To Refugees

Australian Doctors have once again weighed into the debate over the treatment of asylum seekers by the Turnbull Government, with an impassioned plea for ‘more humanity’ to be shown to some of the world’s most marginalized people. This letter has been written by Drs Alison Skene and Eloise House, and signed by 528 doctors from [...] The post 500-Plus Doctors Sign Open Letter Urging Dutton To ‘Show Compassion’ To Refugees appeared first on New Matilda.
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