Reforms prove bitter pill for Turkey’s doctors
By Daniel Dombey in Istanbul and Funja Guler in Ankara
Turkey’s doctors are under siege. Over the past month a series of attacks on medical professionals has seen a 17-year-old boy stab the doctor who failed to save his grandfather and an opposition MP assault an emergency room medic treating his family. On one day in Istanbul there were two separate attacks on ambulances for allegedly arriving late.
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