Large infrastructure projects have contributed to the opening of Siberia during the 20th century. But since the collapse of the USSR, there has been a shortage of doctors in the hinterland, where many residents can not benefit from regular access to specialized care. Emile is interested in St. Lukas, one of five government-funded medical trains, to reach remote Russian cities....
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