Baalbek, Lebanon: Laying a series of X-rays across the floor, Hanifa looks over the images that show the spread of cancer through her husband's body.
Each treatment costs $US800 – a figure hopelessly out of reach for these Syrian refugees who for three years have lived in a disused school in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley with 42 other families.
"The United Nations is not helping, no one is helping," 60-year-old Hanifa says, unable to hide her desperation. "To whom can we raise our voice? We have no one but God to help us."