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Syrian doctor on suspected chemical attack: "We need help"

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NBC News' Ann Curry interviews a Syrian doctor who treated hundreds of people after Wednesday's suspected chemical attack on the outskirts of Damascus. The doctor, whose identity NBC News has agreed to protect, said area hospitals have counted 10,220 people affected, and of those 1,466 people died. "Most of the victims are children," he said.