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Call for foundation to help poor patients

Prime Minister Hun Sen called yesterday for the Ministry of Health and other relevant government institutions to consider establishing a foundation for poor patients. Speaking at a graduation ceremony for medical students in Phnom Penh, Hun Sen said that the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy and Finance should set up a foundation to budget for patients who are poor and unable to pay for their treatment. He also urged nurses at all public hospitals or private clinics to be more professional.

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