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Call for foundation to help poor patients

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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