Iraq's Injured Face Long Hospital Waits Amputees at Baghdad's main orthopedic hospital face a six-month wait to get fitted with a new leg, as doctors struggle to meet growing demand amid continuing violence in Iraq.
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Iraq's Injured Face Long Hospital Waits

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Iraq's Injured Face Long Hospital Waits

Iraq's Injured Face Long Hospital Waits

Iraq's Injured Face Long Hospital Waits

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Amputees at Baghdad's main orthopedic hospital face a six-month wait to get fitted with a new leg, as doctors struggle to meet growing demand amid continuing violence in Iraq.