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Khadija - I'm glad you posted that story. After reading about the nurses' hospital in Benghazi, I had concluded that I did not want - ever - to go to hospital in Libya. The international panel that investigated the AIDS epidemic among the children concluded that it was really caused by sloppy hospital practices, and that gave me a bad impression of Libyan hospitals -- I know it shouldn't have, but it did.So I'm glad you posted it!(And Genna's glasses look great on her!)haleBlogginTheMaghreb
... and speaking of hospitals, how are ibrahim's tonsils doing? Please don't leave us in suspense like that! Let us know! (smile)haleBloggimTheMaghreb
Ibrahims tonsils are back to normal again - thanks for asking!You know I've been here for almost 17 years and medical care is always an issue here. But I don't think that it's the doctors because I have met and been treated by excellent doctors here. The problem lies in the nursing and also the problem of equipment and supplies (in my oppinion).
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