Thousands of Malaysians benefit from Socso's RTW programme

  • Nation
  • Monday, 23 Jun 2014

Back at work: Thanks to Socso, Haffiz now embraces his new lease on life as a management assistant.

PETALING JAYA: Kaliyani Krish­nan, 49, received a series of hard knocks from life.

Six years after her husband died in a road accident, she was diagnosed with advanced renal failure. With three children, Kaliyani had no choice but to continue to work as an assistant nurse despite dizziness, nausea, swollen limbs and fatigue.

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