PBS NewsHour

Syrian refugees adjusting to U.S. bring unique health needs

Clip: 08/08/2016 | 9m 46s

Refugees arriving in upstate New York in recent years have increasingly come from active conflict zones, including Syria and Iraq - many fleeing with injuries of war and deep emotional scars. As the refugee populations in places like Buffalo change, the health care systems and cultures of U.S. cities welcoming these populations have been changing, too. Special correspondent Sarah Varney reports.

Aired: 08/08/16

Rating: NR

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