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City Notes: Syrian baby born in Safed hospital
ByCOMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
September 4, 2014 16:36
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 Ziv Medical Center

Esther Ambar, the nurse in charge of the Neonatal Department at the Ziv Medical Center, with the seventh Syrian baby born at the hospital.. (photo credit:Courtesy)

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A healthy Syrian baby was born last week at Safed’s Ziv Medical Center to a 25-year-old woman brought in from Quneitra after her water had broken.

Amid ongoing fighting in Syria, the woman told medical staff the situation was extremely tough: “My pregnancy was very difficult. Because of the war, there is a shortage of food and there are no health and birthing facilities. I knew that I was already in my 40th week and the birth was imminent, and there was no one who could help me.”

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