Egypt Live Blog
Egypt - Nov 22, 2011 - 08:04
Treating gunshot wounds, seizures, and severe head injuries on a pavement steps away from a fast food restaurant is not what 23-year-old Do'aa Ayman envisioned when she began dental school.
As a trained emergency health professional living in a transitioning Egypt, however, that is exactly what she finds herself doing, and she is not alone.
As Cairo's Tahrir Square once again became the focus for clashes between demonstrators and security forces, makeshift clinics sprung up in the square and its environs to meet the immediate medical needs of hundreds of injured protesters...
Read more in Volunteer clinics tend to Egyptian protesters by Al Jazeera's Malika Bilal.