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In Brief: Govt targets TB

The Health Ministry pledged to cure more than 85 percent of tuberculosis cases in Cambodia as part of its 2008-15 plan to eradicate the deadly disease. Speaking Tuesday at an event dedicated to tuberculosis prevention, Eng Huort, a secretary of state for the ministry, said: "We're very concerned that tuberculosis kills so many in Cambodia even though it's a curable disease."

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