MSF has begun offering surgical and postoperative services at Gaza City's Al-Shifa Hospital, akin to what teams were already doing at Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis.

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Two MSF staff members and the program coordinator were able to enter the Gaza Strip on November 18; additional emergency response staff will be joining them in the coming days. 

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In January MSF trained local surgeons and physical therapists in Gaza City to provide specialized care for hand injuries and burns. 

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Health facilities in the Gaza Strip are facing a serious shortage of drugs and medical supplies.

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Though the number of people in Gaza suffering after-effects of serious injuries has increased in recent years, it remains very difficult to obtain access to appropriate, specialized care.

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Given the events of recent days, MSF is staying prepared in the event that there is any escalation of strife in Gaza.

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MSF is opening a reconstructive surgery program to treat victims of violence, domestic burn accidents, and other injuries in Gaza.

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Recently published articles present misleading information about the cooperation between an MSF team and Israeli burn specialists in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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After last January's war, heightened medical and health needs prompted Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to expand its activities to address shortfalls in specific areas, including post-operative care, physical therapy, mental health care and surgery. Jean-Luc Lambert, MSF's head of mission for the Palestinian Territories, assesses the activities of this post-war year and MSF's plans for the future.

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Although the problems facing the Palestinian health sector in Gaza are even more serious today after this episode of extreme violence, these are problems that were ongoing before the war.

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