Leonard Rubenstein writes, “The decline in health system capacity is in part due to the general chaos and violence of conflict as well as to the indiscriminate and sometimes targeted assaults on civilians. But it is also a product of attacks on health care—the people who provide it, the facilities where it is offered, and the vehicles that transport patients to care.”

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Johns Hopkins bioethicist Leonard Rubenstein says increased violations of medical neutrality must have consequences

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