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Sri Lankan medicine shortage a death sentence for some, doctors say

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Sri Lanka imports more than 80 per cent of its medical supplies. With foreign currency reserves running out because of the crisis, essential medications are disappearing from shelves and the healthcare system is close to collapse. If the situation does not improve quickly, several patients would be facing a virtual death sentence.
1 month ago·Colombo, Sri Lanka

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Times of India

Sri Lankan medicine shortage a death sentence for some, doctors say

South Asia News: COLOMBO: A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone l.

1 month ago·Mumbai, India
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Reuters

Sri Lankan medicine shortage a death sentence for some, doctors say

By Sunil Kataria COLOMBO - A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone life-saving procedures for their patients because they do not have the necessary drugs. Sri Lanka imports more than 80% of its medical supplies but with foreign currency reserves running out because of the crisis,

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Sri Lankan medicine shortage a death sentence for some, doctors say

COLOMBO (Reuters) - A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone life-saving procedures for their patients because they do not have the necessary drugs. Read full story

1 month ago·Malaysia
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IBTimes

Sri Lankan Medicine Shortage A Death Sentence For Some, Doctors Say

A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone life-saving procedures for their patients because they do not have the necessary drugs. Sri Lanka imports more than 80% of its medical supplies but with foreign currency reserves running out because of the crisis, essential medications are disappearing from shelves and the healthcare system is close to colla…

1 month ago·United States
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Channel News Asia

Sri Lankan medicine shortage a death sentence for some, doctors say

COLOMBO: A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone life-saving procedures for their patients because they do not have the necessary drugs. Sri Lanka imports more than 80 per cent of its medical supplies but wi

1 month ago·Singapore
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National Post

Sri Lankan medicine shortage a death sentence for some, doctors say

COLOMBO -- A shortage of medicine caused by an economic crisis in Sri Lanka could soon cause deaths, doctors said, as hospitals are forced to postpone life-saving procedures for their patients because they do not have the necessary drugs. Read More

1 month ago·Canada
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