Doctors: PA health care system nearing collapse

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June 7, 2006 12:50

 
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Doctors for Human Rights said Wednesday that the Palestinian Authority health care system was on the verge of collapse and was not capable of treating dozens of children in need of heart operations and bone marrow transplants, Israel Radio repored. PA Health Minister Bassem Naim said he was interested in cooperating with all the relevant authorities from Israel and asked for help in funding the children's treatment. Doctors for Human Rights donated a sum of NIS 120,000 to Shifa Hospital in Gaza.

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