96. Marton, R. and Moss, R. (eds.) Report on Conditions of Health Services in the Gaza Strip. Tel Aviv: The Association of Israeli and Palestinian Physicians for Human Rights, 1989: 31 pp.
The structure of the existing health care system, access to medical treatment, restrictions on development funds, conditions in refugee camps, the wounded during the uprising and in detention and restriction of physicians' activities are reviewed. It is concluded that, notwithstanding some improvements in health standards since the beginning of occupation, there has been stagnation in the development of health services. The withholding of medical services during the uprising as a means of punishment is criticized, as is the harassment of medical professionals and institutions.