Doctors risk their lives in Ukraine's besieged hospitals

'Someone had to help these people. It's harder for me to do nothing, ' says oncologist Dr Nataliia Verovkina

When Russian bombs started falling on Kyiv, oncologist Dr Nataliia Verovkina fled with her 10-year-old son.

A woman sits next to debris of a building damaged by shelling in Kyiv, Ukraine, 15 March 2022. Photo: AAP.

But once her son was safe in Munich with his grandparents, she went back.

"Someone had to help these people," said Dr Verovkina, who works at