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WEALTH OF HEALTH


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Suu Kyi faces same issues that Mandela confronted

By Ira Zunin

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 15, 2014

~~<p>This is the third of three columns I've devoted to health care in Myanmar.</p>
<p>The previous two articles covered the dire state of health care in Myanmar and described one hospital that survives on donated resources. Under the current military regime, the country is finally beginning to open up, but what does that mean for the prospect of increased access to quality health care for the people of this impoverished nation?</p>
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This is the third of three columns I've devoted to health care in Myanmar.

The previous two articles covered the dire state of health care in Myanmar and described one hospital that survives on donated resources. Under the current military regime, the country is finally beginning to open up, but what does that mean for the prospect of increased access to quality health care for the people of this impoverished nation? Login for more...



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