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"In Australia they cared for me so well," Mr Eng said.
"I was offered meals all day — breakfast, lunch and dinner, even coffee.
He hoped that the doctors could "heal" him, but had little idea how his face might look after the surgery.
The medical ranks are still recovering from the madness of the Khmer Rouge years.
The facilities at Preah Ket Mealea Hospital would be considered basic by Australian standards — a crude wheelbarrow by the lift acts as patient transport — but it was the biggest hospital Mr Eng had ever been inside.
Dr Cheng showed him the surgery plan on an i Pad, Mr Eng looked bewildered by the high-tech image of his face, with the tissue destined for removal coloured green.
"During the surgery he might encounter massive blood loss and unfortunately, currently blood transfusions in the Cambodian surgical world are unpredictable," Dr Cheng said.
Which is a polite way of saying there would probably be no blood stock and the patient would die.
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