Iraqi Doctors Quitting in Frustration, Fear A shortage of drugs and equipment in Iraq is driving young doctors to leave the profession. Medical staff members say they cannot keep themselves or their patients safe without consistent security. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.
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Iraqi Doctors Quitting in Frustration, Fear

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A shortage of drugs and equipment in Iraq is driving young doctors to leave the profession. Medical staff members say they cannot keep themselves or their patients safe without consistent security. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

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