Why the Greek crisis is a matter of life and death for some

Aired: 7/6/2015 | 0:08:04 | Clip
Greece, traditionally, has had a low suicide rate, but over five years of austerity, the country has seen an increase in the number of people taking their own lives. And if the crisis gets worse, the number of suicides and other preventable deaths from lack of medical care or drugs is likely to rise. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports from Athens.