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Paralyzed by a Syrian shell, Maram, 4, waits for the world's attention

The Global Post
02/03/2013

PHR expert Dr. Sondra Crosby writes of her eye-opening trip to the Syrian border where she examined, assisted, and was inspired by numerous refugees, casualties of the long-running conflict in Syria, and by the doctors who continue to treat them.

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Coleen Kivlahan, MD, MSPH

Why treating rape survivors is so complicated

Women's Media Center/Women Under Siege
02/01/2013

On January 25, Dr. Coleen Kivlahan gave a talk at Columbia University in New York for “Global sexualized violence: From epidemiology to action,” an all-day symposium co-hosted by the Women’s Media Center's Women Under Siege and Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. This is a version of that talk.

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Eight Medical Professionals Dismissed from Bahrain Ministry of Health

01/31/2013

PHR condemns today’s decision by Bahrain’s Ministry of Health to dismiss from their ministry jobs eight medical professionals convicted in connection with providing medical care to protesters during the Arab Spring of 2011.

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Stronger Commitment Needed from African Leaders to Stop Rape in Conflict

The International Campaign to Stop Rape & Gender Violence in Conflict
01/28/2013

A delegation of grassroots women’s rights activists who came to the 20th African Union Summit are frustrated with continued broken promises for security and call on all Heads of States to make stronger commitments to stop rape in conflict.

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Doctors risk murder and torture for treating the wounded in Syria's civil war

Toronto Star
01/27/2013

An increasing number of Syrian doctors are being killed or tortured as the war grinds on between President Bashar al-Assad — who was once an ophthalmologist in England — and rebels seeking to overthrow his regime.

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