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Major international medical NGO Doctors Without Borders (MSF) looks to Lebanon to help improve understanding of war injuries and care in conflict settings across the region.Draguez explained that one critical example for the region is the spread of multidrug resistant bacteria which accounts for the majority of wound infections in conflicts across the Middle East.The AUB's Conflict Medicine Program also aims to train health practitioners on how to operate in low-resource settings.To respond to the needs of those affected by conflict in Lebanon, MSF is building a surgical hospital in Barr Elias that is scheduled to open in 2017 . Draguez also explained that MSF must look to the future and what comes after conflicts across the region.
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