Iraq's once-envied healthcare system lost to war, corruption
McClatchy News Service/The State, May 19, 2009
Years of economic sanctions, followed by war, have taken a heavy toll on public services in Iraq. Stories of missing drugs, of ill-equipped doctors, and of patients left to suffer the consequences are everywhere in Iraq's public healthcare system, for example.
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