'Neurotoxic' attack in Syria

Medecins Sans Frontieres says doctors have treated about 3,600 patients in Syria with 'neurotoxic symptoms' and that 355 of them died. It suggests there are strong indications that chemical weapons have been used.

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MSF: Thousands treated with neurotoxic symptoms

Medecins Sans Frontieres says doctors have treated about 3,600 patients with 'neurotoxic symptoms' in Syria and that 355 of them died.

Neurotoxicity hits people who are exposed to toxic substances and suffer problems to their nervous system as a result.

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