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It is shameful that health facilities in Georgia attacked(1). It
should be condemned throughout the world.
This is more or less similar to Ahemdabad serial blasts (2) where
terrorists implanted bombs in city hospital's premises. This blast created
havoc in the hospital including the death of health professionals.
This attack should also condemned by medical fraternity.
1. Peter Moszynski. Health facilities in Georgia have been attacked. BMJ
2008; 337: a1357