Iran doctors: US sanctions endangering patients' lives

Physicians are worried they will not have enough drugs to treat patients as banking restrictions and the fear of doing business with Tehran makes it more difficult to get supplies.

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    Doctors in Iran say US sanctions are endangering lives.

    Physicians are worried they will not have enough drugs to treat patients.

    Foreign companies can sell medical supplies to Iran, but banking restrictions and the fear of doing business with Tehran is making that harder than before.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran.


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