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January 03, 2017

Syrian refugees in Lebanon are particularly vulnerable to chronic diseases; many have no access to health care and when they discover they have hypertension, diabetes or cardiovascular disease, it may already be too late. Others cannot afford the treatment.

November 07, 2016

Residents of besieged Eastern Aleppo have been told to leave their homes or face death. As they brace themselves for what comes next, Amal Abdullah recalls the day four years ago when she was told to leave the eastern Aleppo neighborhood she grew up in, and the damages she faced even after relocating to escape the dangers of war.

September 15, 2014

 

In the “Ebola-confirmed” area of the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Case Management Center CMC) in Foya, Liberia, where roughly two thirds of patients don’t survive the Ebola virus, a transistor radio plays Ghanaian Azonto music. Some patients gather on wooden benches and plastic chairs but most lie in their beds, weakened by the disease their immune systems are trying to fight.

January 03, 2017

Syrian refugees in Lebanon are particularly vulnerable to chronic diseases; many have no access to health care and when they discover they have hypertension, diabetes or cardiovascular disease, it may already be too late. Others cannot afford the treatment.

November 07, 2016

Residents of besieged Eastern Aleppo have been told to leave their homes or face death. As they brace themselves for what comes next, Amal Abdullah recalls the day four years ago when she was told to leave the eastern Aleppo neighborhood she grew up in, and the damages she faced even after relocating to escape the dangers of war.

September 15, 2014

 

In the “Ebola-confirmed” area of the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Case Management Center CMC) in Foya, Liberia, where roughly two thirds of patients don’t survive the Ebola virus, a transistor radio plays Ghanaian Azonto music. Some patients gather on wooden benches and plastic chairs but most lie in their beds, weakened by the disease their immune systems are trying to fight.