At a camp for displaced people in northern Iraq, you pass rows of tents to reach the clinic run by the International Medical Corps. They have medicines to treat all kinds of problems: diabetes shots, vaccines, heart pills.
But it's harder to cure what's afflicting one woman in particular.
"The pain inside of me is so deep," she says. "I just cry every day."
Militants from the group that calls itself the Islamic State kidnapped the woman's adult son in June, and she doesn't know his fate.
Her husband expresses the loss in more destructive ways.