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Thai medical care

Thai medical care

The Rural Ear Nose and Throat Foundation of Thailand and Rajavithi Hospital in conjunction

with the Thai Government provided a team of medical specialists for a 10-day series

of clinics in Cambodia targeting poor people with hearing problems last week.

The Ear Surgery Mobile Unit treated people in Prey Veng and Phnom Penh from September

2 till 11. A German charity assisted with travel funds for the nine ear doctors,

anesthetist, audiologist and nurses in the team.


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