UK Guardian: A bitter pill: Syrian refugee doctors share their stories
Muhammed, a general surgeon from Qamishli, had worked in the Al-Safira district, in the Aleppo governorate of Syria, since 2006. But when conflict started in rural Aleppo, Muhammed found himself and his clinic in the midst of battle.
After settling in the Darashakran refugee camp, Muhammed worked as a painter for two weeks. But a chance encounter with Médecins Sans Frontières expat staff would be a turning point for him.
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