A patient rests at the Central Hospital in Maracay, Venezuela, on Oct 23, 2013. Legions of ailing Venezuelans are being neglected by a national healthcare system that doctors say is now collapsing after months of steady deterioration caused by funding shortfalls, numbing inflation and currency controls.
A patient rests at the Central Hospital in Maracay, Venezuela, on Oct 23, 2013. Legions of ailing Venezuelans are being neglected by a national healthcare system that doctors say is now collapsing after months of steady deterioration caused by funding shortfalls, numbing inflation and currency controls. Ariana Cubillos Associated Press
A patient rests at the Central Hospital in Maracay, Venezuela, on Oct 23, 2013. Legions of ailing Venezuelans are being neglected by a national healthcare system that doctors say is now collapsing after months of steady deterioration caused by funding shortfalls, numbing inflation and currency controls. Ariana Cubillos Associated Press

Crisis in Venezuelan hospitals: too many patients, too few beds

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