Long wait for medical care after China quake
AP/Yahoo News, May 16, 2008
Getting care in China's disaster zone following a massive earthquake is a struggle. Hospitals, medicine, blood, needles, doctors are all in short supply after many hospitals were obliterated or rendered unsafe across the earthquake zone. Numerous makeshift care centers have sprung up on the front lines of badly damaged towns, and all are overwhelmed with injured still pouring in from hard-hit areas.
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