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Syrians turn war debris into prosthetic limbs

New ways being found to treat people injured in conflict to compensate for a lack of medical equipment.

Last Modified: 27 Oct 2013 09:32
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Syrians are finding new ways to treat people being injured in the conflict. Volunteers are using the debris of the war to compensate for a lack of medical equipment.

Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal explains.

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