WORLD ALPC treats 35 people amputated after being shot

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ALPC treats 35 people amputated after being shot

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09:29, October 27, 2018

A Palestinian amputee man receives treatment from a physiotherapist at the ICRC for Artificial limbs and Polio Center (ALPC) in Gaza City on October 25, 2018. (Photos: VCG)

The Artificial limbs and Polio Centre (ALPC) treats 35 people whose legs were amputated after being shot by Israeli snipers during the "Great March of Return" protests.

The ALPC treats patients once fully healed after surgery, in addition to designing and fabricating their tailored prosthetics all in the same building.

The Artificial limbs and Polio Centre (ALPC) treats 35 people whose legs were amputated after being shot by Israeli snipers during the "Great March of Return" protests.

A Palestinian technician makes a prosthesis mold at the ICRC for Artificial limbs and Polio Center (ALPC) in Gaza City on October 25, 2018.

A Palestinian amputee man leaves the ICRC for Artificial limbs and Polio Center (ALPC) in Gaza City on October 25, 2018.

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