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Care and conflict – when military medics take on humanitarian challenges

Survival rates for deployed military personnel have improved exponentially in the past few years due to radical improvements in training, procedures and medical technology. But military and NGO medics working on humanitarian relief missions often face unsanitary conditions, a lack of resources and limited local knowledge. How can care be improved for civilians in war-torn countries and disaster relief zones?

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