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Somali Hospitals Treats Fewer War Victimsi
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May 02, 2013 7:16 PM
As security improves in Mogadishu and much of south central Somalia, hospitals are seeing fewer victims of violence than before. Doctors say more and more patients come in for elective surgeries, and to seek treatment for "normal" illnesses. Roopa Gogineni reports for VOA from the Somali capital.

Somali Hospitals Treats Fewer War Victims

Published May 02, 2013

As security improves in Mogadishu and much of south central Somalia, hospitals are seeing fewer victims of violence than before. Doctors say more and more patients come in for elective surgeries, and to seek treatment for "normal" illnesses. Roopa Gogineni reports for VOA from the Somali capital.


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