This article was originally published on BMJ Opinion, and can be found here. — Soon after entering her family home, officials handed Razan Al-Najjar’s clothes to her mother. Razan, only 21 years old, had been working as a volunteer paramedic with the Palestinian Medical Relief Society in Gaza. Her uniform – white, to identify medical…
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