A child in Aleppo, Syria, is asked to draw a picture at school.
He paints a world on fire: helicopters dropping bombs, a house collapsing into rubble. He draws himself, crying on his knees, surrounded by his friends — dead, dismembered, decapitated, and bleeding.
This is the type of sad reality that we have seen far too often as physicians working inside Syrian field hospitals — children across the country living in hell. It is time to act if we are to prevent such heartrending scenes being played endlessly into the future.
Every day we were in Syria we saw innocent people suffering and dying in abysmal conditions.… Seguir leyendo »
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