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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Libyan Crisis: Hospitals in rebel-held Benghazi 'face crisis

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BBC News, Benghazi / By Bridget Kendall / 28 June 2011 Last updated at 04:51 GMT.

Children's cancer ward at Benghazi hospital
Hospital staff say they have to share out what drugs are left among the sick children.

A medical crisis is looming in eastern Libya with hospitals in Benghazi running short of supplies, the rebels' health minister says.
Stocks of drugs and other items such as surgical gloves are said to be running out.
Dr Nagi Barakat told the BBC that most emergency aid donated from abroad went straight to the front line.
He said that if a new offensive broke out, hospitals would face a major crisis.
On the cancer ward of Benghazi's children's hospital, most patients are not getting the right dosage. There aren't enough drugs to go round.
Dr Amina Bayou says she and her colleagues juggle supplies to give everyone a little.
"We try to divide the drugs between this patient and that patient. It's not good," she said.
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