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Lo Manthang is soon connecting with road from Kathmandu to Tibet Autonomous Region's capital Lhasa that many observers say will change the region.
Lo Manthang is soon connecting with road from Kathmandu to Tibet Autonomous Region's capital Lhasa that many observers say will change the region.
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Airborne, A Struggle to Survive Tuberculosis
Description: A patient with Multi Drug Resistant Tuberculosis is in treatment for more than a year but has still not recovered. According to her, ?Medicines are provided here for free, but they are only provided once available.? Deficiency of medicines that are required to treat Tuberculosis is a major factor in government hospitals.
Keywords: Iver, Aldas, Tuberculosis, in, the, Philippines, Health, issue, Airborne, Diseases.
Date: 02.10.2011 02:43
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Added by: Dan Iver Aldas

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Keywords: Caption:, Caption:, Contact Number: +639158216478, Country: Philippines, Full Name: Dan Iver Ray Aldas, Image Number: 6
Byline: Dan Iver Ray Aldas
Byline title: Documentary Photographer

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