Temporary ceasefires in countries at war like Syria and Yemen allow humanitarian aid to send in short-term medical relief, like vaccinations and medical supplies. But the situation is bleaker for citizens who need long-term care for illnesses like cancer. CCTV’s Roee Ruttenberg reports on the impact that war has on healthcare in conflict areas.
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