Small Town Doctors Treat Refugees' Unique Needs

April 13, 2017 12:09 AM
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Refugees often suffer from years of poor or non-existent medical care. And having come from violent or repressive societies, they have special needs. But seeking medical help in a new country where they have language, social and cultural barriers is a challenge. In small town Charlottesville, Virginia, doctors are dedicated to refugees in their quest to becoming healthy.