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At flooded cancer hospital in northeast India, chemotherapy given on the road outside

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Staff at a waterlogged cancer hospital in northeast India seize the chance to administer chemotherapy to patients. The 150-bed Cachar Cancer Hospital and Research Centre has been inundated by for days. Administrators have requested life-jackets and an inflatable raft to transport patients and staff.
2 months ago·India

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At flooded cancer hospital in northeast India, chemotherapy given on the road outside

By Krishna N. Das NEW DELHI, India - Whenever the rain relents, staff at a waterlogged cancer hospital in northeast India seize the chance to administer chemotherapy to patients on the road outside, creating a pitiful image of the misery caused by the region's worst floods in years. Located in the Barak valley in Assam state, the 150-bed Cachar Cancer Hospital and Research Centre has

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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NDTV

At Flooded Cancer Hospital In Assam, Chemotherapy Given On Road

Whenever the rain relents, staff at a waterlogged cancer hospital in northeast India seize the chance to administer chemotherapy to patients on the road outside, creating a pitiful image of the misery caused by the region's worst floods in years.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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FijiTimes

At flooded cancer hospital in northeast India, chemotherapy given on the road outside

2 months ago·Fiji
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Times Live

At flooded cancer hospital in northeast India, chemotherapy given on the road outside

Whenever the rain relents, staff at a waterlogged cancer hospital in northeast India seize the chance to administer chemotherapy to patients on the road outside, creating a pitiful image of the misery caused by the region's worst floods in years.

2 months ago·Johannesburg, South Africa
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DNA India

Assam floods: Cancer hospital inundated, chemotherapy being performed on streets

Five more people have perished as a consequence of the floods in Assam in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 72 since the tragedy started.

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Deccan Herald

At flooded cancer hospital in Assam's Silchar, chemotherapy given on the road outside

Whenever the rain relents, staff at a waterlogged cancer hospital in northeast India seize the chance to administer chemotherapy to patients on the road outside, creating a pitiful image of the misery caused by the region's worst floods in years.

2 months ago
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