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Turkish Government Considering Criminalizing Emergency Care

11/26/2013

In its latest attempt to harass medical professionals and the injured demonstrators they treat, the government of Turkey is considering a health bill that would criminalize certain aspects of emergency medical care and force doctors to compromise their professional duty to treat those in need.

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PHR Calls for Unfettered Access for Humanitarian Assistance in Syria

11/26/2013

PHR is calling on the U.S. government to immediately enter into high-level negotiations with the Russian government to ensure unfettered access in Syria for the International Committee of the Red Cross and other U.N. and humanitarian organizations that urgently need to provide vital services and supplies.

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PHR Reiterates Call to Release Imprisoned Medics in Bahrain and Stop Shipment of Tear Gas

11/22/2013

PHR today reaffirmed its call to the Bahraini government to immediately release medical professionals who have been wrongfully prisoned and stop the ongoing targeting of the medical community.

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Resolution to End Persecution of the Rohingya in Burma Introduced

11/19/2013

PHR welcomed the introduction of a resolution that aims to end discrimination against the Rohingya, a minority group in Burma (officially the Union of Myanmar) that is one of the world’s most persecuted ethnic groups.

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Leading Doctors Ask President Obama to End Force-Feeding and Restore Medical Ethics at Guantánamo

11/05/2013

More than 35 prominent doctors and public health professionals – including a former U.S. surgeon general, six Nobel Laureates in chemistry and medicine, and 18 current and former deans of public health and medical schools – are calling on President Obama to end force-feeding at Guantánamo and stop undermining medical care.

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