Rohingya In Some Parts Of Asia Face Discrimination In Accessing Health Care, Report Says

New York Times: Rohingya Face Health Care Bias in Parts of Asia, Study Finds
“Members of the Rohingya ethnic group face chronic discrimination in access to medical care in Myanmar and other Asian countries, with severe consequences for health and mortality rates, a study has found. The report, published online by the British medical journal The Lancet on Dec. 1, said the Myanmar government’s role in the situation could arguably be characterized as genocide or ethnic cleansing…” (Ives, 12/5).

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