I'm a doctor in Chicago. Here's what I saw when I went to help in Aleppo | M Zaher Sahloul

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We worked in a hospital built deep underground to stay safe from air attacks, watching victims with treatable injuries die without enough resources

There are only 30 remaining doctors in Aleppo, and they have been describing an unimaginable situation, some of which I have seen firsthand. They have to perform amputations on children on the floor of their rudimentary emergency rooms without anesthesia or proper sterilization. They are running short on blood products, intravenous fluid, antibiotics and pain medications.

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