Nurse’s work recognised


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  • Sunday, 19 Sep 2004

KUALA LUMPUR: For 27 years, matron Fu Choon Kee has been working tirelessly as a nurse in the Sarawak General Hospital. 

As someone who has worked closely with HIV/AIDS patients, the 50-year-old Fu knows intimately the reality of coming face to face with the disease. 

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