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News Briefs: Pasteur

News Briefs: Pasteur

France will help Cambodia construct a new Pasteur Institute in Phnom Penh to

promote and improve research, public health, medical biology with the high

technology and training, according to a source of the French Embassy

here.

The construction site and the development plan for the new

institute were submitted on Feb. 16 to the Cambodian Ministry of Health and

French Embassy by professor Jean Luc Durosoir, general delegate to the

international network of Pasteur institutes in the world.

The

construction is expected to be completed in November this year.-AKP

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