Medical clinics in rebel held areas of Syria targeted by airstrikes
Last week we reported on starvation in the Syrian town of Madaya - where the local population was under siege and cut off from supplies of food, water and other necessities.
But the conflict in Syria has also taken a huge toll on the medical services there.
To find out more, we reached Dr. Anas Al-Kassem, a Canadian surgeon who has volunteered his services in Syria numerous times since the conflict began.
Dr. Anas Al-Kassem is also the Canadian Chair of the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations. We reached him at his clinic in Simcoe, Ontario.
This segment was produced by The Current's Sujata Berry.