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What is it like to be a doctor in immigration detention centres? | Ailene Chan and Ian Kerridge | Comment is free | theguardian.com

This article is not specifically about Roma migrants, but does address the general problem of state neglect of immigrant detainees.

“As a GP who worked on Nauru and Christmas Island, I’ve seen men with their lips sewn closed, women drinking from bottles of shampoo and children with weeping sores.”

via What is it like to be a doctor in immigration detention centres? | Ailene Chan and Ian Kerridge | Comment is free | theguardian.com.

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