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At a hospital in the Chicago suburb of Oak Lawn, gun violence is having a big impact. Last year alone, doctors treated 1,000 gunshot and stabbing victims. It’s indicative of the changing nature of violence in the city, described by one of the hospital staff as “unforgettable.”  NBC’s John Yang reports.