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Effects of Conflict Zones on Two Western Healthcare Systems: Italy and Israel
In the last decade, and especially since recent events in the Middle East and ensuing wars, armed and military conflicts have risen to levels not witnessed in the past. Now, in nearly 50 geographic areas, civil wars, sectarian violence,famine, religious persecutions and genocide have caused significant population migration across borders, indirectly impacting medical care in neighboring recipient countries and continents. The United Nations, Council of European Union, and the World Healthdoi:10.7916/thejgh.v6i1.5062 fatcat:uaayxiuxnrfk5lbopc56p4joe4