Gaza's cancer patients between siege, political failure

Gaza runs out of drugs for treating cancer patients and it's not just because of the Israeli siege.

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    Cancer patients in Gaza are being turned away from hospitals because doctors have run out of drugs.

    The land, air and sea blockade by Israel has delayed medical supplies from reaching the besieged strip before.

    But the UN says international funding cuts and rifts between Palestinian groups are making things worse.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Gaza.


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