Transplant patients in Venezuela in need of life-saving drugs
Receiving an organ transplant isn't an option any more in Venezuela.
The government can’t afford to import drugs and stopped operations last year.
The survival hopes of patients who have received a transplant are fading.
The crippling shortages of medicine, food, and other essentials are major concerns for voters in Sunday's presidential election.
Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Caracas.