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Patients say they're the ones who are being hurt as the medications they depend on become unavailable in what's called a "forced switch"
Senior NATO official says at least 1,000 Russian troops have poured into Ukraine; Obama says "Russia is responsible" for violence there
Dozens of Syrian soldiers dead in latest apparent mass executions by extremist group; U.N. peacekeepers detained farther south
Matt Schrier, former cellmate of released hostage Peter Theo Curtis, describes the gruesome details of their captivity together in Syria
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