Danger be damned: medics work around the clock to save vulnerable Ukrainians

Medical volunteers from around the world have converged on Ukraine to help healthcare system amid conflict

15 March 2022 - 18:21 By Jennifer Rigby

When Russian bombs started falling on Kyiv, oncologist Nataliia Verovkina fled with her 10-year-old son. But once he was safe in Munich with his grandparents, she turned around and went back...

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