Iranian doctors in diaspora help patients in Iran

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Iran has started executing protesters after brief trials, and doctors are now among those on death row. Health care providers can go to jail for treating protestors in hospitals. So, Iranians who get injured in protests have to be treated in secret, and access is limited. Journalist Fariba Nawa has the story of two brothers from Iran, who have started a program to treat these patients from abroad.

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