refugee health: Jouma's brother is anemic, resulting in routine hospital visits, according to CTV. My little brother knows English good, but not the hospital language. Ammar Jouma, 17, and his family are experiencing these obstacles weekly. So we have really difficulties sic in hospital to understand what they are saying or what we want to explain to them sic Jouma said. In terms of health, we just don't have any support from the province here, said Rhianna Charchuk, an advocate for refugee health. Jouma's concerns about language barriers were shared alongside a panel of stakeholders which spoke in front of a city committee Wednesday. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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