Aleppo’s dying children and shattered health system: is there light at the end of the tunnel?

  Syria’s largest city Aleppo has 85,000 children, including around 20,000 below the age of two. JM LOPEZ/EPA/AAP   Being a doctor can be risky business, some times more than others. During my dozen medical missions to Syria, I had to crawl under a border fence, jump over walls, walk in the mountains at night for hours without any light, pass through the sniper alley in Aleppo, negotiate with smugglers and work in bombed, underground hospitals.
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