People wait to donate blood at the Hopital Saint Louis in Paris, on November 14, 2015, the morning after a total of six separate attacks killed at least 128 people in the capital. AFP PHOTO / DOMINIQUE FAGET
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In 2008, Philippe Juvin worked for several months as an anesthesiologist with French troops in Afghanistan. Nothing he handled there was as difficult as his night in Paris when terror attacks killed at least 129 people.Juvin, the head of the emergency department at Georges Pompidou hospital, said he was called back to work about two hours after the attacks started Friday. Juvin said the spontaneous help he received from doctors living near his hospital was decisive in saving lives.The youth and good health of most of the victims helped them survive, Juvin said.
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