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Amnesty International's Charlotte Phillips, left, speaks during a press conference about Syrian refugees' medical treatment, in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday May 21, 2014. Amnesty said tens of thousands of Syrians lack access to hospital treatment in Lebanon, leaving their chronic conditions and serious illnesses untreated. The crisis is due to a lack of funding for medical care for Syrians who fled to neighboring Lebanon, where health care is privatized and expensive, Amnesty said. Some ill Syrians simply have been turned away.(AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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A Syrian doctor, center, who works at a Lebanese medical charity clinic, speaks with a Syrian family as he explains to them the situation of their relatives, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Wednesday May 21, 2014. Syrian refugees in Lebanon lack access to specialized medical care like dialysis and cancer treatment, forcing some to risk their lives to return to their war-ravaged country for health care, according to a report by Amnesty International released Wednesday. (AP Photo)

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FILE -- In this Tuesday April 22, 2014 file photo, Syrian refugees who fled from the Syrian town of Rankous, stand next to trucks which carry their belongings, in Tfail village, at the Lebanese-Syrian border, eastern Lebanon. International watchdog, London-based Amnesty International, says Syrian refugees in Lebanon are going without treatment for chronic illnesses like diabetes and cancer because of a shortfall in funding to provide them with medical care in a report released Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Amnesty said the over 1 million Syrian refugees have overwhelmed resources in neighboring Lebanon. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla, File)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, March 11, 2014 file photo, Dr. Darwish Khan examines two year-old Syrian refugee Mohammed al-Omar at a medical clinic in the town of Kab Elias in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley. International watchdog, London-based Amnesty International, says Syrian refugees in Lebanon are going without treatment for chronic illnesses like diabetes and cancer because of a shortfall in funding to provide them with medical care in a report released Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Amnesty said the over 1 million Syrian refugees have overwhelmed resources in neighboring Lebanon. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein, File)