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International doctors gather to help refugees
May 4, 1999
Web posted at: 11:02 a.m. EDT (1502 GMT)
KUKES, Albania (CNN) -- Doctors and relief workers of the International Medical Corps (IMC) go from crisis to crisis -- places like Afghanistan, Somalia and Bosnia.
Now they are in Albania to provide immediate medical care to refugees from Kosovo. As the NATO-Yugoslavia battle wears on, IMC and other relief agencies are trying to staff and equip existing hospitals to best serve the thousands seeking help.
For U.S. doctor Jeff Collyer, the work has become personal as he tries to heal some of the war's youngest victims.
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