Chicago—Two small tools taken for granted in much of the industrialized world—e-mail and the ubiquitous cell phone—could play major roles in helping Iraqi physicians fly over the radar of wartime violence to treat patients more effectively and help restore the country's once-robust health care system.
Although Iraqi physicians often work in a setting of violence and security threats, a new Internet-based program will allow volunteer physicians from other parts of the world to offer assistance on nonemergency cases via the internet and cell phones.
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