Blood transfusions drying up

This week: Among the many issues facing Myanmar’s healthcare system is a lack of access to timely blood transfusions, with state-run hospitals accused of making patients pay for the often live-saving treatment.

This story is by journalists from Frontier Myanmar.

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ဒီတစ်ပတ်မှာတော့ အဖက်ဖက်ကယိုယွင်းနေတဲ့မြန်မာ့ကျန်းမာရေးစောင့်ရှောက်မှုစနစ်မှာ သွေးသွင်းကုသမှု တွေအတွက် အချိန်မီသွေးရဖို့က ခက်ခဲလာခဲ့ပါပြီ။ အစိုးရဆေးရုံတွေကလည်း လူနာတွေကိုသွေးရောင်းတယ် ဆိုတဲ့ စွပ်စွဲခံရတာတွေရှိနေပါတယ်။ဒီဆောင်းပါးအပြည့်အစုံကိုနားဆင်နိုင်ပါပြီ။

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