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Migration & Victims of Torture

MSF Refugees Italy
Inside the CPSA (Centro di primo soccorso ed accoglienza – first reception center) where MSF responds to the medical and humanitarian needs of migrants, refugees, and political asylum seekers. Italy. May 2015. © Alessandro Penso/MAPS

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    91. Eleftherakos C, van den Boogaard W, Barry D, Severy N, Kotsioni I, Roland-Gosselin L. "I prefer dying fast than dying slowly", how institutional abuse worsens the mental health of stranded Syrian, Afghan and Congolese migrants on Lesbos island following the implementation of EU-Turkey deal. Confl Health. 2018; 12: 38.