How Yemen's war is affecting cancer patients

Widespread devastation means facilities to treat cancer patients are shrinking fast.

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    The humanitarian crisis in Yemen is getting worse by the day.

    Medical centres have been destroyed or are slowly losing the ability to treat people as shortages in medicines and equipment challenge the rapidly shrinking medical teams.

     

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports on why cancer patients are at more risk than ever before.


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