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Iraqi Medical Facilities Run Short of Medicine
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Iraqi Medical Facilities Run Short of Medicine

Iraqi Medical Facilities Run Short of Medicine
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Iraq's health care system — a priority for the new U.S. civil administration — faces critical shortages of medicine. One aid agency reports many hospitals could shut down within two weeks because of lack of supplies. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

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