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In Brief: Sihanouk's List of Illnesses Grows

In Brief: Sihanouk's List of Illnesses Grows

King

Father Norodom Sihanouk is to remain in China as his list of ailments

grows, according to a statement released Saturday. "In addition to my

third cancer, Lymphoma B, I have more illnesses," said the former

monarch, 86, who left Cambodia for China last year. Sihanouk asked his

Chinese doctors to list his medical problems and medicines, and

according to the list, Sihanouk takes drugs for lymphoma,

hypercholesterolemia, chronic gastritis, peripheral neuropathy as well

as drugs to prevent heart attacks and strokes.

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