Greeks are having to cut corners on their healthcare as a result of the effects of the economic crisis that began in their country 10 years ago.
Spending on healthcare in Greece has fallen by 25 percent since its economic crisis began 10 years ago.
The difference is being paid by the patients, but with almost a third of the population being classified at risk of poverty, Greeks are having to cut corners on their healthcare.
TRT World's Iolo ap Dafydd reports from Athens.
Source: TRT World