An injury at birth had crippled 6-year-old Mohammad, whose family was shuttled out of Aleppo in 2016. REUTERS/Khalil Ashaw
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A dentist in a mobile clinic has now arrived at the Rayyan camp where she lives with her husband and four children in a tent among the trees.The dental mobile clinic stays at each camp a few months at a time, treating dozens of patients every day who cannot go into town to see a doctor.At a camp for some 14,000 people in the border village of Shamarin, Ammar al-Omar runs a physiotherapy clinic inside a large tent.Umm Mohammad, 29, has carried her son from another camp nearby and walked to the tent clinic for more than two years.
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