Romania's health system in crisis

Romania's crumbling health system is no longer a secret, and many say corruption is to blame.

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    With the highest child mortality rates in Europe and no new government hospitals built since the fall of communism, Romania's healthcare system is undeniably in crisis.

    Some officials are saying corruption is to blame.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Bucharest.


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