Despite the millions of Ukrainian refugees heading to nearby countries, there are still some who choose to stay on the ground and continue to fight. The Russian attacks are horrific atrocities and have caused immense suffering, fear, and heartbreak. These people are the ones experiencing traumas and fears from getting tortured and arrested for no reason.
But why would they stay in their country rather than become a refugee? When would this war end? How can Americans help the Ukrainians? What are they doing on the ground?
Let’s hear out the people who are there and living through the nightmare. Today is a rare opportunity to hear four brave women telling stories of what they’re seeing and experiencing in Ukraine. Don’t miss this special episode of Health Talks with Dr. Trinh!
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