Health Care: Medicine Estimates and Government Soldier
health care: Increased risk of disease and reduced access to health care contributed to others, it said, according to Toronto Star. A government soldier walks to his post in August 2017 to patrol the border in northern Upper Nile state, South Sudan. The report by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine estimates that violent injuries caused about half of those 382,900 deaths. The civil war's death toll has long been unknown, with estimates in the tens of thousands. To our knowledge this is the first comprehensive estimate of how many people have died because of the war, Francesco Checchi, a lead investigator on the study, told The Associated Press. Sam Mednick / The Associated Press The civil war's death toll has long been unknown, with estimates in the tens of thousands. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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