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Ear assistance

Ear assistance

Thailand's Rural Ear Nose and Throat Foundation and Rajavithi Hospital with support

from the Thai Public Health and Foreign Affairs Ministries are to conduct the Ear

Surgery Mobile Unit Project from October 5 to 16, the fourth such humanitarian assistance

effort in Cambodia since 1995. A 16-strong Thai medical team will carry out free

examinations, operations and hearing tests as well as provide medication in Kampong

Thom and Kampong Cham provinces, and at the Thai Embassy in Phnom Penh.

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