Kheng Rin and one of his three children tested positive for the virus that causes AIDs in Rokha village, Cambodia, after receiving injections from an unlicensed 'doctor' who had been working in the village for 21 years. Photo: Xinhua Kheng Rin and one of his three children tested positive for the virus that causes AIDs in Rokha village, Cambodia, after receiving injections from an unlicensed 'doctor' who had been working in the village for 21 years. Photo: Xinhua
Kheng Rin and one of his three children tested positive for the virus that causes AIDs in Rokha village, Cambodia, after receiving injections from an unlicensed 'doctor' who had been working in the village for 21 years. Photo: Xinhua

Cambodian 'doctor' who infected more than 100 with HIV goes on trial for murder

Villagers were infected through the reuse of unclean needles by unlicensed medical practitioner Yem Chhrin truste for his years of dedicated service to the village even though he lacked formal training or certification

Kheng Rin and one of his three children tested positive for the virus that causes AIDs in Rokha village, Cambodia, after receiving injections from an unlicensed 'doctor' who had been working in the village for 21 years. Photo: Xinhua Kheng Rin and one of his three children tested positive for the virus that causes AIDs in Rokha village, Cambodia, after receiving injections from an unlicensed 'doctor' who had been working in the village for 21 years. Photo: Xinhua
Kheng Rin and one of his three children tested positive for the virus that causes AIDs in Rokha village, Cambodia, after receiving injections from an unlicensed 'doctor' who had been working in the village for 21 years. Photo: Xinhua
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