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June 14, 2012
An Orthodox monk waits to be examined inside a medical centre which has been set up by volunteers at...
Athens, Greece
An Orthodox monk waits to be examined inside a medical centre at the headquarters of the Athens Medical...
An Orthodox monk waits to be examined inside a medical centre which has been set up by volunteers at the headquarters of the Athens Medical Association with the contribution of the Greek Orthodox Church in Athens May 25, 2012. Greece's rundown state hospitals are cutting off vital drugs, limiting non-urgent operations and rationing even basic medical materials for exhausted doctors as a combination of economic crisis and political stalemate strangle health funding. With Greece now in its fifth year of deep recession, trapped under Europe's biggest public debt burden and dependent on international help to keep paying its bills, the effects are starting to bite deeply into vital services. Picture taken May 25, 2012. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 01 of 25 FOR PACKAGE 'GREEK HEALTH SYSTEM CRUMBLES'. SEARCH 'RUNDOWN STATE HOSPITALS' TO FIND ALL IMAGES
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