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Healthcare at border to get boost

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Thailand and Cambodia plan to set up a joint emergency service in border areas as part of joint efforts to improve healthcare at the border. 

The plan aims to control the number of Cambodian patients seeking treatment across the border while Thailand will share information and expertise with Cambodian border hospitals to help them better manage their own public health system.

The collaboration was launched after bilateral talks in March headed by the Joint Committee on Border Area Development and Connectivity between Thailand and Cambodia.

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