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Just back from #Syria, #MSF 's Kassia Queen speaks on @fsrn about the conflict's severe health toll:
"Many memories of South Sudan will remain with me forever." An MSF doctor reflects as his project comes to an end.
"We will not abandon our patients now." An MSF doctor on how we are still trying to deliver care in conflict-torn Mali.
RT @pollylondon: Two #MSF ambulances leaving Brussels for one of our hospitals in #Syria, via @msfbelgique
"I think medical professionals like to work with MSF because it takes them back to the essence of the medical act."
Things That Go Bump In the Night An MSF nurse blogs from South Sudan.
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"It's about doing the very best you can as a human being to benefit another human being. That's the essence of MSF."
RT @goldfarbMSF: .@nytimesworld: U.N. Says 5,000 People a Day Fleeing War in #Syria - #MSF: "major gaps...for refugees in #Lebanon"
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